A federal judge's ruling on a corporate bankruptcy case could have interesting implications for bondholders of distressed debt.
Companies must be punished when they do wrong, but the legal system has become an extortion racket.
If President Obama and lawmakers want to prevent more tax inversions, then they should wipe out corporate income taxes and tax investors instead.
The money-spinners await their fate.
Corporate inversions are all the rage, but opposition to the tax-saving transactions is mounting.
As the White House chafes over the latest tax inversion deal, its ally to the north is only too happy to accommodate its newest transplant.
In its largest ever M&A deal, Amazon buys Twitch, a gaming network, for almost $1 billion.
Directors have to protect both the company's and its shareholders' interests, which can conflict, as in the case of some coercive takeover bids.
Did the JOBs Act fuel the surge in offerings, or was it the bull market?
If the deal to buy Tim Hortons goes through, the fast-food franchisor will relocate to Canada.