The aluminum company's results disappoint in the first reporting period since it announced it would split into two companies.
Many CFOs are being called upon to help promote cybersecurity and identify threats.
The charges are the latest fallout from regulatory investigations of Ocwen Financial and affiiliated companies.
U.S.-based multinational corporations are allowed to play by a different set of rules, says a new study on corporate taxation.
Sales reps at Bristol-Myers Squibb’s majority-owned joint venture in China bribed Chinese health-care providers with cash and jewelry, says the SEC.
The final package of base erosion and profit-shifting measures includes new minimum standards on country-by-country reporting.
The CFO and CEO fabricated nearly all of the Internet services company's revenue using straw buyers and forged documents, says the SEC.
The foods giant hopes to realize $300 million of efficiency benefits within three years.
Companies and others are loudly decrying the impending excise tax on high-cost health plans — and for good reason.