U.S.-based multinational corporations are allowed to play by a different set of rules, says a new study on corporate taxation.
"Changes in the modern asset management industry call on us to now look anew at liquidity management in funds," says Mary Jo White.
A low credit rating on a short-term security will no longer prohibit a money market fund from investing in it.
China's foreign-exchange reserves slid $300 billion over the last four quarters.
Hackers duped the company, Ubiquiti Networks, into transferring money to accounts overseas.
However, financial regulators failed to find a single, root cause for the unusually volatile day on the U.S. Treasury market last year.
They fear they could lose out on deals to foreign competitors that have the backing of their countries' trade banks.
Growth in corporate cash slowed considerably in 2014, and an AICPA survey suggests that trend will continue over the next year.
Speculative-grade companies spent an amount equal to four times their discretionary cash flow on dividends and buybacks in 2014, says Moody's.
First-quarter negative impact numbers for North American and European corporations eclipse even the height of the euro crisis, survey says.