Hans Hoogervorst, chairman of the International Accounting Standards Board, reportedly told an audience in Singapore last week that full convergence is no longer an achievable project.
A majority of employees believe workplace etiquette affects their career prospects, but they also think people become less courteous as they rise to the top, according to a new survey by Accountemps, a staffing company for temporary accounting, finance and bookkeeping professionals thatís part of staffing giant Robert Half.
SocialCPAs, a group that aims to help accounting professionals with social media, has re-launched its annual survey on social media use.
The Big Four accounting firms are reportedly rebuilding their legal service practices, after abandoning much of that area over a decade ago in response to Sarbanes-Oxley restrictions.
Travel and expense management software provider Certify has published the results of its latest quarterly report on the most frequently expensed vendors on business expense reports.
PricewaterhouseCoopers has released a new paper on how companies can get ready for the newly converged revenue recognition accounting standard.
The battle over corporate inversion deals is heating up, as more U.S. multinational corporations find merger partners abroad that will allow them to move their tax domiciles to countries with lower tax rates.
The Institute of Internal Auditors wants more public sector entities to establish independent audit committees.
Accountants need to make sure their clients' files are secure and stored away so they are not vulnerable to identity theft.
The Institute of Management Accountants and the American Accounting Associationís Management Accounting Section have released a new framework intended to broaden the scope of accounting education.