Requiring businesses to buy certain IT products to get better cyber insurance coverage may be an idea whose time has come.
Starved by a two-year hiring freeze, the SEC is asking Congress to approve funding for 100 more employees in the agency's 2019 budget.
If the U.S. Tax Cuts and Job Act doesn’t push companies to invest more in capex, a “stagflation scenario” could ensue.
More than 8% of U.S. public companies were hit with a shareholder class-action suit in 2017, a nine-year high.
The conglomerate plans to bring $7 billion to $10 billion back on shore to invest in its U.S. operations and possibly buy “bolt-on” companies.
The choice of tax litigator Charles Rettig would reportedly break a two-decade precedent during which IRS chiefs tended to come from corporations.
Under a Financial Accounting Standards Board proposal, companies could reflect the effects of the new 21% rate on their balance sheets.
But billionaire investor Sam Zell wonders when it was that BlackRock CEO Larry Fink “had been made God."
General Electric's three core assets — power, aviation, and healthcare — may one day be up for grabs.
The board offers an option it thinks will cut paperwork and other expenses linked to its new lease-accounting standard.