The 420-employer National Business Group on Health recommends public-policy changes relating to the proliferating category of specialty drugs.
Three-quarters of executives earn at least their targeted short-term incentive bonus, a study finds.
Some finance executives think their positions could be replaced by technology, a new poll suggests.
Contrary to common opinion, there's no evidence that a low effective tax rate is a sign of risky corporate management.
Companies' compensation for women doesn't reflect their performance levels or their impact on business results.
Republicans may not be able to quickly dismantle President Obama's signature health-care law.
Heating-services firm Enercare relied on organization and discipline when integrating with two much larger enterprises.
It's especially so when audit committee members serve in the same role for other companies with the same audit-firm engagement partner, research…
SandRidge Energy fired an employee who raised concerns over the company's calculation of its reserves, the SEC charged.
Rising costs, flat revenues, and global turmoil pose stiff challenges for Interstate Hotels CFO Carrie McIntyre.