Euler Hermes says business payment behavior suggests U.S. GDP may slow to 3% this quarter.
Could you tolerate a customer that took more than 200 days to pay their invoice? Many suppliers to large companies do.
The former CFO of Alotech defrauded the company of $1.2 million using the company's checking account and a corporate credit card.
Accounting standard setters may push back the effective date of new revenue recognition rules, says a FASB assistant director.
Activist fund Third Point wanted to give two potential board members "stock appreciation payments" based on the performance of Dow's shares.
An audit committee review shows the rental car company overstated GAAP net income for three years.
Continued outflows from mutual funds and a slowdown in CLO issuance could pose a problem for issuers in 2015.
In addition, IBM expects 2014 operating earnings per share to decline as much as 4% from 2013.
Auditor independence violations can spawn significant costs, distract management and limit a company’s access to the capital markets