There are limits to “accountant-client privilege”, finding (and staying on) a career path and activist investors target bigger game.
DowDuPont Revises Breakup Plan Opposed by Activist Investors
New York Times Dealbook
The decision is the latest response by a big company to activist shareholders who have taken on ever-larger targets in recent years
What I Learned from Being Fired
How Robert Falzon ultimately turned an early career termination into a CFO role at Prudential Financial.
Exxon Must Disclose Accounting Details in N.Y. Climate Probe
Exxon's use of "accountant-client privilege" to avoid handing over audit documents was dealt a final blow by New York’s top court.
A Former Facebook Exec Asks Herself the Same Question at the End of Every Day to Keep Her Career on Track
While a "career path" sounds clear, it can be anything but.
SEC Chief Accountant to ICOs: Don't Skimp on Financial Reporting
The SEC's chief accountant is cautioning businesses involved with initial coin offerings (ICOs) to be mindful of their financial reporting obligations.