If tax reform focuses only on conventional corporations, S corporations and partnerships could suffer.
Blue chips, including P&G, Dupont, and Pfizer, feel the effects of "unprecedented currency devaluations."
After accumulating cash in the fourth quarter of 2014, finance execs forecast greater spending this quarter, according to AFP.
Reverse factoring can raise the risk profile of supply chains to dangerous levels, and could even cause a systematic financial failure.
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.