A federal judge's ruling on a corporate bankruptcy case could have interesting implications for bondholders of distressed debt.
Companies must be punished when they do wrong, but the legal system has become an extortion racket.
The money-spinners await their fate.
Did the JOBs Act fuel the surge in offerings, or was it the bull market?
The case for outsourcing company boards.
Though short-term borrowing peaked before the recession, some regulators feel the repo market is still especially vulnerable to financial stress.
A key investor balks at buying IPO shares in Vascular Biogenics, voiding trading in the stock only six days after the biotech firm went public.
Alibaba may be the most anticipated IPO since Facebook, but underwriters may have to scramble to get institutional investors and mutual funds to buy…
When giant deals fail, life rarely goes back to normal.
But Jeff Bewkes did acknowledge that the media powerhouse is feeling some heat from the uberactive M&A climate.