REIT is a company that mainly owns, and in most cases, operates income-producing real estate such as apartments, shopping centers,offices, hotels and warehouses. Some REITs also engage in financing real estate. The shares of many REITs are traded on major stock exchanges. With changes in the tax rates, a number of other operating businesses are [...]
What a wonderfully busy weekend we Lowes had! I feel like I got so much checked off my to do list and still was able to relax and enjoy time with my family. For starters, Friday afternoon, Cash's vet called to let me know that his lump was cancer free! Such a huge relief for us. It was a regressing histiocytoma, which Landry had as a puppy. There were some mast cells around it, but he said that's not uncommon with that type of lump. We are going to keep getting every little bump aspirated, but we were so relieved that this one, which was particularly ugly, was benign.
Well, we just recently celebrated being 35 weeks pregnant (like Thursday), and so I am really feeling like the crunch is on! We are so hopeful that Miss Riley will wait until the end of May (or very early June) to make her big debut, but we all know babies don't really worry too much about plans (although my babies should at least be more aware of them than most, given that I am such a planner).
Honest review of challenges and advantages on Big Data. “Big data: What’s your plan?” brings together learnings from actual analytics projects to show you how to get started. They’ve then produced 3 easy-viewing videos that: Explain the Big Data challenge Outline the human elements of implementing your Big Data plan, and Present the business case [...]
Under Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), deferred revenue, sometimes called unearned revenue. Deferred revenue is a liability that is created when monies are received by a company for goods and services not yet provided. What is the deferred revenue? Deferred revenue is a liability that is created when monies are received by a company for [...]
Are you aware about the top three concerns for finance teams as Financial closing and reporting process Excessive use of spreadsheets and revenue recognition. In key finding of survey conducted by www.RevenueRecognition , it was observed 92% of public companies rely on manual processes to perform key revenue recognition and reporting functionality (nearly the same [...]
I am falling so behind in my blog posting - I am never going to hit my 2 posts a week for the year goal unless I really turn it up! We Lowes have been pretty busy getting ready for little Riley's arrival, attending soccer games and riding lessons for Alli, and just living! Here's a few things we've been up to lately:
In my previous post I described the steps for getting started with the PeopleSoft 9.2 virtual machine. Although I am still thrilled that Oracle has made this generally available, I am of the opinion that it would have even been
The past years I have seen a lot of people on OTN forum struggling with PeopleSoft installations. Installing PeopleSoft on uncertified OS, mismatch between versions and releases, 32 vs 64 bit, etc, etc. Well those days are over. As of March