This quarterly webcast is designed to address technical accounting and reporting issues impacting Technology companies.
The CFTC’s final rule relaxes earlier proposed testing requirements, but challenges remain.
This study captures the trends of 160 companies identified as early-adopters of the new FASB issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-09, Improvements to Employee Share-Based Payment Accounting (the Amendments).
This study presents our analysis of the 2015 calendar year-end assumptions and disclosures separately for large, non-high tech US public companies and for high tech US public companies.
Our biannual report on new accounting and reporting trends focuses on analysis of the new trends affecting this dynamic and competitive segment of the economy.
This supplement to our In depth on leases highlights areas that could create challenges for technology companies.
Despite global economic uncertainties, 2016 is keeping pace with 2015’s record-breaking year for tech M&A. Following a modest start to the year, dealmakers came alive late in Q2’16 with a handful of multi-billion dollar transactions.
The contract manufacturing marketplace is undergoing a major shift. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are experiencing new strategic outsourcing options and electronic manufacturing services (EMS) are expanding into new services.
Service providers struggle to balance the opportunities for global expansion with demands for regulation and privacy.
PwC's digital Revolution Summit brought together players in the global service provider ecosystem.