Companies must study their options or risk a painful lesson in the perils of transfer pricing.
CFOs should sniff out the intentions of activist hedge funds that are substantial shareholders in their companies, experts say.
Schering Plough and Organon BioSciences; Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Dollar General; Redford Merger and Spirit Finance; Cisco Systems and WebEx Communications; UnitedHealth Group and Sierra Health Services; and more.
Corporate lawyers are spending more time on regulatory issues, and the trend is likely to continue.
Warning of threats to the dynamism of U.S. capital markets, the Treasury Secretary calls for a "rigorous cost-benefit analysis of new regulation."
Citigroup and Nikko Cordial; Meggitt and K&F Industries Holdings; ValueAct Capital and Catalina Marketing; Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company and Pathmark Stores; General Atlantic, Francisco Partners and Aeroflex; Vector Capital and SafeNet; and more.
Turnover in the C-suite is leading to short-term corporate investments, says a new survey of CFOs.
Companies continue to question FIN 48's accounting for "uncertain tax positions," but critics scoff, saying their head-scratching is just a stall tactic.
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts; TPG; and Goldman Sachs and TXU; Fertitta Colony Partners and Station Casinos; Centro Properties Group and New Plan Excel Realty Trust; Fortis and Terasen; Oracle and Hyperion Solutions; and more.
Attorney representing seven companies in PIPE deals is charged with fraud.