Many executives plan to deploy cash the next 12 months, but can they step outside their own assumptions to ensure they are making the right…
“There’s nothing else that this [hacker group] could have been going after other than to game the market.”
FASB struggles with changes that would make private company financial reporting easier – but only if the company remains private.
"We understand the risks of doing our job poorly and of becoming too close to the firms we supervise," said New York Fed president William Dudley.
The accounting standards setter tries to clear up the issue of pushdown accounting and when it can be used.
IP vendor Finjan went public in a whirlwind and readied for play in a just-emerging space. Now, the finance chief who made it happen wants to do it…
The latest boom in dealmaking appears more sensible than its predecessors. But valuations are creeping into the danger zone.
The “Oracle of Omaha” structures an acquisition so that he avoids capital gains taxes on stock that has appreciated.
Continued outflows from mutual funds and a slowdown in CLO issuance could pose a problem for issuers in 2015.
Leveraged loans show evidence of "risk management weaknesses," including dated valuations and poor credit analysis, regulators said in an annual…