Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-02-20

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COSO Appoints First Executive Director

COSO has provided thought leadership and guidance for organizations in areas of internal control, enterprise risk management, fraud deterrence, and governance.

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Final Call! Call for Application: The Inaugural TBS Accounting Research

Final Call!Deadline Extended until February 29, 2024Call for Application: The Inaugural TBS Accounting Research Workshop.Thammasat Business School is honored to present a remarkable opportunity to meet and discuss with world renowned professors in

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Demand for static OOH remains strong, accounting to 70% of available market inventory: report

While digital out-of-home (DOOH) has taken centre stage in recent years, static OOH continues to be in high demand. Currently, static OOH accounts for around 70% of the current OOH market inventory. This is according to the latest report from Broadsign, putting focus on critical insights into the current and future problems and possibilities in the OOH sector.

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Ford posts $523 million 4Q net loss on accounting charge for pensions

Ford Motor Co. reported that it swung to a net loss in the fourth quarter due to a large accounting charge on pension plans and the effects of a six-week strike at multiple factories by the United Auto Workers union.

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Diversity and inclusion critical to tackling financial talent shortage

While diversity and inclusion (DE&I) strategies are nothing new, they have risen in importance amongst financial talent when it comes to choosing a place to work

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