Institutional managers see fewer credit defaults and narrower spreads coming in Europe, but their outlook for North America worsens.
The companies estimate $1.5 billion in annual cost savings by the end of 2017.
Companies going public are taking full advantage of the JOBS Act's relaxation of some filing rules.
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The executive reported the violation after "other responsible compliance personnel possessed the information and failed to adequately address the…
Doing so puts the 128 dormant penny-stock companies out of reach of 'microcap fraudsters,' says the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The numbers are still being totaled, but S&P 500 companies are estimated to have handed back almost $900 billion in cash to shareholders last year.
Women are more likely to have to put their personal credit at risk and they have less access to trade credit than male business owners, says Experian.
OnDeck Capital grew its portfolio of small business loans and lines of credit by $369 million in the fourth quarter but still reported a net loss.
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