Owners of small businesses are finding their stress levels going down as the economy improves and their money troubles lessen.
Pepcom’s Digital Experience tech event always showcases some eye-popping new products, and the latest on Thursday evening was no exception.
The owner of a brothel in Salzburg, Austria has found an innovative way to protest what he sees as punitive taxation and regulation of his industry: offering free sex and drinks to patrons all summer.
Companies that plan to sell or spin off part of their business should be aware of some recent changes in accounting standards for “discontinued operations” that are taking effect this year.
Thirteen community organizations have written a letter to IRS Commissioner John Koskinen asking the IRS to investigate whether the Walmart Foundation qualifies as exempt under Section 501(c)3 of the Tax Code.
Many CFOs have trouble separating themselves from the office during their summer vacations, according to a new survey.
Investors and regulators are hoping to see the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board somehow reconcile their differing approaches to accounting for loan impairments and credit losses in their financial instruments project.
Business leaders are expanding their companies to foreign countries more out of a “fear of missing out,” rather than a positive desire for growth, according to a new survey by Grant Thornton.
Lixil Group, the Japanese company that owns the American Standard brand of toilets, sinks and other bathroom fixtures, is seeing its profits go down the drain after the company reported accounting problems last week.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday that total nonfarm employment increased last month by 280,000, with job gains mostly occurring in professional and business services, leisure and hospitality, and health care. However, employment in accounting and bookkeeping services declined a bit.