To survive as a CFO in one Southeast Asian country, you have be able to network and lobby key politicians, according to the country's finance chiefs.
Nearly 40 percent of 288 Fortune 500 companies studied paid zero or less in U.S. income taxes in at least one year.
With the deadline for corporate tax filing swiftly approaching, CFOs should be strategizing, planning and preparing.
The ratio of debt to assets for U.S. banks has ranged from 87 percent to 95 percent over the past 80 years.
The failed thrift's shell company could be a vehicle for Kohlberg Kravis Roberts' next leveraged buyout.
Company-owned insurance on employees' lives: Is it a ghoulish practice or a legitimate method of funding retirement plans?
A former senior official at the IRS weighs whether its new tax audit policy will spawn cooperation or disaster for corporations.
A recently released alternative for goodwill accounting could save private companies money and time.
Financial executives work to rehabilitate the dysfunctional close-to-disclose process by highlighting efficiency, standardization and streamlining.
Taxmen are doing whatever they can to squeeze more from online businesses.
From 2007 through 2011, KPMG allegedly misrepresented its independence from corporate clients.