"Activism has become a crowded field, with too many players chasing after a diminishing number of attractive targets," says Moody's.
Bailed out by the Netherlands with 22 billion euros in 2008, ABN Amro is going back to the public markets.
With an infusion of new capital from a private-equity investor, Kroll hopes to double in size in the next three years.
After a three-week trial, a Manhattan jury found the pair guilty of multiple counts of conspiracy and wire fraud.
Can't get the math to work on a prospective deal? You might need to reassess your hurdle rate.
There is now a lower probability that the eight largest U.S. banks would be bailed out by the federal government in a crisis, says Standard & Poor's.
Finance chiefs wanting to raise capital online face a plethora of choices and challenges.
A venerable form of banking comes back into fashion.
The commission approved the final rules of Title III of the JOBS Act, extending equity crowdfunding to those of modest wealth.
Income from auto financing fell 16.4%, to $347 million, while income from dealer financing fell 18.5%, to $387 million.