Most companies say that at least some of their large-scale software deployments are outright failures.
It's hard to weather an economic slowdown without a sound budget to steer by.
UBS comes clean on the causes of its whopping write-downs.
The practice of manipulating working capital in the fourth quarter appears to be alive and well.
Why companies will need to work harder for credit.
New software programs help companies gauge the potential business impact of a pandemic.
Telecommuting isn't the revolutionary workplace change many assumed it would be, but it still could grow now that best practices have emerged.
The credit crunch may have knocked the blockbuster out of favor, but middle-market M&A remains quite healthy.
Computer servers now account for 1.2 percent of total U.S. electric consumption, according to recent study.