Activist hedge funds agitating for shareholder-friendly actions by companies are increasing the chances of "credit-negative" events, says Moody's.
In a multiyear scheme, the law firm's CFO and other executives falsified accounting entries to conceal a cash-flow shortfall, Manhattan prosecutors allege.
By offering both borrowers and lenders a better deal, websites that put the two together are challenging retail banks.
Business development companies are thriving at middle-market lending. Should regulators be worried?
Catherine Lesjak’s objections to the ill-advised acquisition of a British software firm may prove prophetic for HP.
Long-term executive incentives could better align the financial interests of executives with those of shareholders.
The ratio of debt to assets for U.S. banks has ranged from 87 percent to 95 percent over the past 80 years.
If standards setters require lease accounting on corporate balance sheets, borrowers could break their loan covenants.
State banking regulator says virtual currency licenses would prevent misconduct but not derail the fledgling technology.
More than a quarter of finance execs tell AFP they will reduce their company's cash balances in the first quarter. Will they this time?
The impetus for change in financial reporting has reached levels that haven’t been seen for years, especially in the United States.