The International Federation of Accountants has been trying to build the reach and influence of the accounting profession in emerging markets in Africa, Asia and other parts of the world.
Deloitte has been working with the United States Golf Association to help the USGA broaden the appeal of golf and understand what is drawing players to the game.
The Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Tax Court are seeing their caseloads pile up as taxpayers, interest groups, tax attorneys and Congress let loose with a volley of lawsuits and legal challenges.
PricewaterhouseCoopers has created a series of YouTube videos explaining the ins and outs of the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s new lease accounting standard.
Capital One’s Spark Business unit is offering some advice to accountants to help them and their small business clients get through the summertime lull and attract more customers.
The European Union’s new rules for mandatory audit firm rotation took effect on June 17, only a week before the United Kingdom voted to “Brexit” from the E.U. How will that affect audit firm rotation in the U.K. and Europe?
A small business lending company, OnDeck, has recently launched an Accountant Advisor Program that helps accountants arrange financing for their small business clients.
Roomy Khan, a technology executive and financial analyst who helped convict Galleon Group founder Raj Rajaratnam on fraud charges, told a group of fraud examiners last week about how she became enmeshed in the insider trading scheme.
PricewaterhouseCoopers recently announced PwC’s new leadership team, including Maria Moats, a Latina who has been working as chief diversity officer at the firm and will assume the role of U.S. assurance leader, effective July 1.
The long awaited credit loss standard that the Financial Accounting Standards Board released last week is expected to have a wide-ranging impact beyond only banks and financial services firms.