Asian companies are eager to embrace Big Data, but most are lagging in implementing their ambitious plans, according to a survey of more than 500 senior executives and frontline managers in Asia Pacific.
Companies need to be aware of these possible changes as FASB and IASB put the finishing touches on the new revenue recognition standard.
CFOs and other finance professionals predict continued improvement in business conditions in the US. They’re more optimistic than a year ago regarding economic growth and job creation, according to the Association for Financial Professionals.
Italy’s Senate, the Senato della Repubblica, passed a law under which Italian companies will be required to purchase online advertising from Italian companies, rather than from companies based in foreign countries.
US Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Jo White directed the commission’s staff to develop recommendations for updating the rules for what a company must disclose in its public filings.
The US Treasury Department announced on Thursday that the United States has signed six more bilateral agreements to implement the reporting and withholding provisions of the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.
A survey by Accountemps shows that nearly 40% of US human resources managers say Tuesday is the most productive day for employees. Find out which is the second-most productive.
The new regulations and amendments approved include a requirement that audit firms rotate engagements with public-interest entities every ten years – with provisions for longer periods when engagements are put out for bid or joint audits are performed.
CIMA Chief Executive Charles Tilley talks key business drivers and sustainable success with BT Group’s Tony Chanmugam, FCMA, CGMA.
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