Likening companies that engage in tax inversions to "deserters," Sen. Dick Durbin offers a solution to U.S. firms seeking tax sanctuaries overseas
A Senate committee will review a GAO study expected to show that large U.S. banks are still perceived as having implicit government backing.
For years boards of directors avoided contact with investors but that could change if one shareholder group gets its way.
In the wake of the Malaysian jet disaster, the U.S. plans on opposing aid projects for Russia funded by the World Bank.
Moody’s reports the best outlook for nonfinancial companies since the end of the financial crisis, but says consumer-driven sectors have lost…
The credit rating agency's parent company, McGraw-Hill Financial, received a Wells notice from the Securities and Exchange Commission on July 22.
Companies that improve the performance of their working capital can generate cash and see benefits far beyond the finance department.
To earn a “return” on stock buybacks, you need a more sophisticated message and better execution.
Commenting on the differences between the 1980s and now, Martin Fridson sounds a cautionary note on the low default rate of high-yield bonds.