This year's move to install friendly faces on the board follows last year's proposal that Cablevision assert its rights as a ''controlled company.''
Using the Internet to solicit or make charitable donations has its start-up glitches, including tax questions tied to lobbying communications,…
In August, Bear, Stearns & Co. paid $30 million to settle a lawsuit that claimed the securities firm gave bad advice.
A new study by Deloitte & Touche argues that the rate of real estate depreciation allowed under current tax law is too slow.
Not only can the accounting profession balance its books when it comes to auditing, it also must take the blame for perpetuating the myth of auditing…
Although junk is expensive, many companies remain eager to replace bank debt with longer-term financing.
A new bill in Congress could create a super stock option.
A new marketplace has made commercial-paper transactions over the Web a reality.
The convertible bond market is drawing more bricks-and-mortar businesses into its showroom.