The billionaire investor and another Xerox shareholder believe the copier pioneer can have “a better, brighter future as a standalone company.”
Treasury management systems are making inroads in small and mid-size organizations, but the progress is slow.
"The temporary [cash] shortage caused by a sudden and unusual increase in some areas is being tackled quickly," the country's finance minister says.
Tax avoidance combined with a lack of transparency in tax footnotes draws a thumb's up from investors.
The purchase of money-management app Clarity Money continues Goldman's push to expand the services offered by its Marcus digital banking arm.
Tax changes, cash management, M&A fever, and the talent squeeze are among the chief challenges CFOs are facing in mid-2018.
The scandal-plagued bank posts better-than-expected Q1 earnings but a possible deal with regulators could reduce profit by about 20%.
The cross-border service powered by Ripple's technology is a first for banks as they seek to compete with fintech rivals.
The Fed's proposed method for calculating minimum capital requirements "significantly simplifies our capital regime while maintaining its strength."
The pioneer of computer tomography imaging cites "the increasingly competitive markets that we serve" in deciding to end its 50 years of independence.