A disconnect between private and public valuations caused many tech companies to push back their offerings or withdraw them altogether.
Sixty percent of financial professionals say overpaying for deals is the biggest M&A risk factor facing buyers next year, according to new research.
There was plenty of uncertainty this year, from the Brexit vote to the Presidential election, but what are CFOs most worried about ahead of 2017?
A challenging global economy has compelled boards of directors to focus on the future, new research reveals.
Eighty-one percent of companies divulged some information about material sustainability risks in 2015, but the reports often lacked consistency.
Audit fees increased by a median of 3.2% in 2015, but the largest filers are keeping a lid on costs by improving internal controls.
The OECD endorses a Trumpian fiscal stimulus and advises other countries to follow suit.
Close to 500 firms that received a comment letter regarding tax disclosures increased their provision for income taxes the following year.
Four states passed proposals to increase the minimum wage, adding to the growing support for higher pay floors for U.S. workers.
Ninety percent of CFOs surveyed say they should be doing more with the financial and operations data they have at hand.