The CFO of The Weather Company describes how the media firm is leveraging its data on global weather in business-to-business markets.
Half of the companies that have completed large merger deals since 2000 now have lower credit ratings, says Standard & Poor’s.
Leases and loans to fund business equipment purchases fell 7 percent in August compared with a year ago, according to the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association.
Foreign-government devaluations and political uncertainty shaved second-quarter profits for some U.S. companies, and exchange-rate volatility is continuing this quarter.
Even after years of pursuing greater efficiency, global companies are still finding ways to cut costs and headcount in the treasury unit.
Acquirers in 2012 allocated a smaller percentage of their purchase prices to goodwill. But goodwill dwarfed any other kind of intangible.
The finance chief and the board of directors often don't see eye to eye on why and how to pursue mergers and takeovers.
Domestic Chinese banks have built up “massive latent credit risks” that will rise to the surface as the country's economic growth continues to moderate.
Investment bankers often tell clients that only certain times of the year are conducive to a successful public listing. But empirical data shows that’s not the case, says Keating Capital.
In April, First Advantage Bancorp moved its shares off a stock exchange and put them on SecondMarket, a private trading platform. But in July that decision was reversed.