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When people talk of athletes’ brains, they largely focus on the long-term effects of high-contact sports like hockey and football.
Nevertheless, “these findings provide important information about how MRI markers of brain health and concussion vary across athlete cohorts, improving our ability to model accurately the long-term effects of brain injury and repetitive impacts in sport,” the study said.
Target Corp. reported earnings on Wednesday and its chief financial officer spent some time explaining how much restated gross margin numbers cost the company in fiscal 2016.
Target provided additional information on its site that explained the impact of restating the gross margin numbers, which changed how the big box retailer presented supply-chain related depreciation in its cost of sales figure to bring its gross margin back into compliance with GAAP.
Sauvestre designed this unique lakeside mansion in western Switzerland, and the stone-clad iron arches that suspend the home over the shore of Lake Geneva are certainly reminiscent of the structure of the iconic Parisian tower.
It originally sat on the edge of Napoleon’s estate, and retains neighbors who are descendant from Napoleon’s family, according to Mr. de Gooreynd.
Amazon.com Inc. says a new revenue-recognition accounting rule that goes into effect for public companies in 2018 will impact the timing of when it will recognize sales of its own electronic devices as well as the gross amount of sales it claims.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board, or FASB, Accounting Standards Update (ASU) called ASC 606 will impact a wide range of customer services across retailers and restaurant chains, including credit vouchers, loyalty programs and credit card rewards.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s wife Louise Linton boasted of flying on a government plane with her husband to Kentucky on Monday and then named the numerous fashion brands she wore on the trip in an unusual social media post that only became more bizarre minutes later.
When someone posted a comment on Linton's Instagram picture that criticized the way Linton touted the trip, the treasury secretary's wife swung back hard, mentioning the extreme wealth she and her husband control.
Finance chiefs in the U.S. are shrinking the time it takes to convert trillions tied up in their businesses into tangible cash, while some of their European counterparts struggle to do the same.
The 1,000 largest U.S. public companies reduced the number of days it took to convert working capital into cash received from customers to 35.7 days in 2016 from 37.1 a year earlier, according to a study by The Hackett Group Inc., HCKT 0.07% a consulting firm.