Following other specialty retailers, clothing chain Love Culture files for chapter 11.
Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa agree to fund a $50 billion development bank and a $100 billion currency exchange reserve.
Lew wants to "shut down" corporate tax inversions retroactively to May 2014.
A new proposal from the FDIC would force banks to use standard models to calculate counterparty risk and the premiums they pay for deposit insurance.
Most new leveraged loans are covenant-lite and carry ratings well-below investment grade from Standard & Poor's.
Should the economy come under stress, a large number of leveraged loans could default and cause record losses, according to one banking regulator.
Pressure to grow profit and shareholder activism has CFOs taking a hard look at M&A.
Nonfinancial companies pulled back on capital spending in the first quarter of 2014, producing another negative quarter for the "financing gap."
Six U.S. companies have adopted a Delaware bylaw that shifts legal fees to the suing investors if their case is not successful.
In dealing with revenue, an auditor "must get to the bottom of the relevant issues, including digging into management's representations," official…