Voluntary adoption of clawback policies is correlated with an increase in "real transactions management," a way to artificially boost earnings.
Poor distribution by Target reportedly meant that shelves lacked basic products.
A 17% interest rate may stabilize the ruble, but a Russian banking official says it has to be cut to forestall business bankruptcies.
This is reportedly the first time a Chinese developer has defaulted on dollar-denominated bonds.
The call is motivated by a steep rise in the percentage of financial restatements attributable to cash-flow errors.
The U.S. dollar rose 7.7% against the euro in the third quarter, widely affecting North American companies.
A former finance exec accuses Nicholas Schorsch and his REIT of falsely blaming her for accounting errors.
CEO Jeff Immelt tells investors that 40% of the company's energy portfolio is going to be hurt by lower oil prices.
BC Partners wins auction with $8.7 billion bid for retailer that had been under pressure from Jana and Longview Asset Management.