Imagine what it was like to sit in the C-suite of a U.S.-based steel distributor the day the president announced a 25% tariff on foreign-made steel.
Business email compromise scams are evolving into new areas and levels of sophistication, making them difficult to detect, says AFP.
A report by Moody's says lax accounting requirements for reverse factoring arrangements helped mask the U.K. firm's deteriorating financial condition.
Susan Parcells, finance transformation director at BlackLine, discusses the risks faced by organizations that shy from digital transformation.
The pressure to boost sales is causing many companies to take on risky accounts.
S&P downgrades the bank, citing "the complexities of improving compliance and operational risk controls throughout its very large organization."
Films with production budgets of more than $200 million are earning the highest worldwide box office returns, says Standard & Poor's.
Soft demand during the holiday quarter forces the action-camera maker to slash 20% of its workforce and exit the drone market.
The SEC stepped in after determining that Munchee's initial coin offering amounted to an unregistered sale of securities.
Sponsors seek to tackle the rising costs and onerous administrative burdens of defined-benefit pension plans.