A translation of the accounting records of the Exeter Cathedral from the years 1279-1353 (Erskine, 1981), provides one with an elucidating description of this church's organization and the extent of its fiduciary accountability.
From the notes I have amassed, some coming directly from two friends, Mademosielle Sarrade and Robert Haulotte, I should like to recall the man who was Luca Pacioli from Borgo San Sepolcro, a Franciscan monk of the second half of the 15th century.
Montgomery, Robert Hiester, 1872-1953;Income tax -- United States -- History
Robert Heister Montgomery (1872-1953), accountant, lawyer, educator, and author was one of the recognized, outstanding leaders of the accounting profession for the four decades from about 1910 to 1950. He was one of the founding partners of...
The impact of World War II on cost accountancy in the U.S. may be viewed as a double-edged sword. Its most positive effect was engendering greater cost awareness, particularly among companies that served as military contractors and, thus, had to...
Corporation reports;Financial statements -- History;Jenkins, Edmund L. -- Portraits;Portraits -- Jenkins, Edmund L.
I have chosen to discuss "Business Reporting in an Era of Change." I don't want to preach to the choir, and you seem to have the market tied up in terms of history. So I'll talk more about the present and future.