It's sort of funny to read that JPMorgan "plans to keep overall compensation roughly flat this year from last year, in a sign that employees will feel at least some pain from the bank's recent legal settlements."
Somewhere deep within PwC’s doughnut-shaped headquarters in the shadow of London’s Tower Bridge, a projection flickers on the whitewashed wall of a meeting room. Its uniform multicoloured dots form an image...
To market anything that might appeal to young consumers is to risk a scolding. Advertising entices children to drink and smoke, makes them fat and sexualises them early, its critics allege. To tout even wholesome products to children, some claim, is to exploit their naivety and thus to deceive them.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board today issued a Staff Audit Practice Alert in light of a significant number of audit deficiencies observed in the past three years related to audits of internal control over financial reporting (ICFR).
It was a turbulent week in Washington State. On November 9, in an effort to secure in-state production of Boeing’s new 777X jet, the legislature voted during a special session to adopt and extend a series of tax incentives for the aerospace industry.
The Federal Information Security Management Act was developed in recognition of the significance and reliance the nation places on information systems for both economic and national security viability.
Financial regulators have taken another step forward in rolling out the provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act. On October 10 the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) announced the adoption of two attestation standards for the regulatory reporting of broker-dealers...
Norwalk, CT and London, UK—The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) today formally announced plans to create a joint transition resource group focused on the upcoming final converged standard on revenue recognition.