DO NEW PERFORMANCE MEASURES MEASURE UP? - Does EVA really predict stock performance? Not very well say these analysts who looked at the performance of 325 companies over a period of five years. They discovered that the residual cash flow method was more closely correlated to stock return than any other method
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Management accounting. - New York, NY, ISSN 0025-1690, ZDB-ID 2063414. - Vol. 80.1998, 4, p. 38-43
The Conflicting Roles of Controllership and Compliance - U.S. controllers are often responsible for fulfilling both compliance accounting and controllership duties. This not only involves an overwhelming amount of work, but it can lead to the need to serve two bosses with conflicting interests. Organizations should ensure there's a distinction between the controller, who performs management ...
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