Euler Hermes says business payment behavior suggests U.S. GDP may slow to 3% this quarter.
The accounting standards setter tries to clear up the issue of pushdown accounting and when it can be used.
Could you tolerate a customer that took more than 200 days to pay their invoice? Many suppliers to large companies do.
IP vendor Finjan went public in a whirlwind and readied for play in a just-emerging space. Now, the finance chief who made it happen wants to do it…
"Tremendous investments and experimentation," like Apple Pay, will drive fast growth in in-person payments, says Forrester.
Activist fund Third Point wanted to give two potential board members "stock appreciation payments" based on the performance of Dow's shares.
The latest boom in dealmaking appears more sensible than its predecessors. But valuations are creeping into the danger zone.
The “Oracle of Omaha” structures an acquisition so that he avoids capital gains taxes on stock that has appreciated.
The brand-new CFO of an energy-technology firm talks about making the transition after 14 years as a venture capitalist.
The proceeds will be used to refinance existing debt facilities, the Chinese e-commerce giant said.