Instead of debating whether to ban share repurchases, we should focus on how to exclude the impact of buybacks from executive compensation.
The changes to GAAP accounting for revenue recognition won't have a material effect on companies' finances, investors say.
Despite new guidance on how to calculate the ratio, questions as to the rule's usefulness persist.
Second-quarter data for S&P 500 companies show a pullback in share repurchases compared with the first quarter.
In rebutting Bill Ackman's call for a new CEO of ADP, Management CV suggests the problem is in the finance chief's office.
Spending cash to achieve strategic goals beats tight cost controls at the bottom line, research suggests.
S&P Dow Jones Indices and FTSE Russell take a stand against companies that deny shareholders a say in how a company is run.
They're great for investment bankers and sellers, but lower valuation multiples are associated with greater shareholder return.
The law's core reforms stabilize financial markets and the economy.
The office supply chain company is seeking to pivot after its failed bid for Office Depot.