The emeritus professor of accounting at the University of Georgia, a member of the Accounting Hall of Fame, died Nov. 21 in Athens, Georgia.
Deutsche Bank AG’s top accounting executive, Andreas Loetscher, is being investigated over his role as the auditor of Wirecard AG while he was with his former firm, Ernst & Young, two people familiar with the matter said.
The House is set to vote on bipartisan legislation that would impose restrictions on Chinese companies listed on U.S. exchanges, including requiring certification that they’re not under control of a foreign government.
Intuit Inc., the software company behind TurboTax, won U.S. antitrust approval for its $7.1 billion takeover of personal finance website Credit Karma Inc.
Economic experts believe the current surge is not enough to stop continued losses incurred by various segments of economy.
The mammoth accounting technology conference will be held in Fort Worth in 2021, on June 20-23.
Thomson Reuters announces Synergy conference award winners; CohnReznick publishes Opportunity Zone guide; and more CPA news.
Firms need to adapt their business development efforts to the reality of the pandemic.
The International Integrated Reporting Council and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board said Wednesday they intend to merge into a single organization to be called the Value Reporting Foundation by the middle of 2021.
The Treasury secretary will put the unspent CARES Act funding into an account that his presumed successor will soon need authorization from Congress to use.