Large U.S. banks may be heeding the warnings of regulators and staying away from highly leveraged deals.
Regulators had planned to review the proprietary trading activities of JPMorgan's chief investment office as early as 2008.
The struggling retailer plans to raise $625 million through an offering of notes and warrants.
A new report on the 2014 proxy season show a rise in the number of executive compensation plans that failed to receive majority shareholder support.
Athena Capital Research's algorithm flooded the market with orders at the end of the trading day to tilt share prices in the firm's favor, says the…
Vista Equity Partners was supposed to pay $4.2 billion to acquire Tibco Software, until someone checked the share count.
Victoria Harker is hard at work preparing the spin-off of Gannett’s newspaper business. An interview with Victoria Harker, CFO, Gannett.
Banks will finally be required to have 'skin in the game" when they securitize certain mortgages.
The new procedure will in theory keep an insolvent bank's counterparties from stepping in and seizing collateral during a crisis.
Shareholders may greet some spin-off transactions warmly, but creditors may see only downside risks.