Western firms have piled into emerging markets in the past 20 years. Now comes the reckoning.
The exchange operator's new platform aims to give issuers more control over the buying and selling of pre-IPO shares.
By offering both borrowers and lenders a better deal, websites that put the two together are challenging retail banks.
When public companies pressure their auditors to reduce fees or they switch auditors to pay lower fees, audit quality can deteriorate, according to a study.
EPR Properties enjoys strong investment returns, partly due to pricing advantages derived from perceptions that its assets are riskier than they really are.
Business development companies are thriving at middle-market lending. Should regulators be worried?
To avoid another crisis, the Fed further fragments global finance.
The pressure on companies from activist shareholders continues to grow.
The ratio of debt to assets for U.S. banks has ranged from 87 percent to 95 percent over the past 80 years.
The failed thrift's shell company could be a vehicle for Kohlberg Kravis Roberts' next leveraged buyout.
Tying credit default swap spreads to the interest rates corporations pay benefits banks and borrowers, says a recent study.