The Duke/CFO Magazine Global Business Outlook Survey shows finance chiefs in some regions deciding that they can afford to invest again in growth.
Where is the bulk of companies' cash reserves? In bank accounts, finds an AFP survey.
Pressure to grow profit and shareholder activism has CFOs taking a hard look at M&A.
In dealing with revenue, an auditor "must get to the bottom of the relevant issues, including digging into management's representations," official…
A new Standard & Poor's report reveals a widening wealth gap between the top one percent of U.S. companies and the rest of corporate America.
When building companies from scratch makes more sense than buying them.
The takeover contest's outcome becomes unclear when we consider the conflict between the hedge fund’s objectives and the Allergan board's fiduciary…
With the Energy Future Holdings bankruptcy, leveraged buyouts now represent 31 percent of all bond and institutional loan defaults since 2007.
As crisis-induced fear fades, U.S. companies take on more leverage.
Companies can leverage sustainability competencies to improve their deal processes.