After a particularly brutal winter, small-business credit rebounded to its highest level since pre-recession days.
Did the JOBs Act fuel the surge in offerings, or was it the bull market?
The question of whether companies are legitimately trying to reduce taxes or trying to cheat the government of corporate tax has stirred a global…
Private company owners who are tax evaders can cause stress, unemployment and legal problems for CFOs, treasurers and controllers.
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The amount of small business loans held on banks' books is stagnating and is still 18% below the peak dollar volume, which occurred in 2008.
If Dollar General's offer is accepted, the combined company would have 20,000 stores, $28 billion in sales and a lot of leverage.
Credit-ratings agencies are bracing for new regulations that will tackle problems with the "issuer pays" model and a lack of disclosures to investors.
As the region gets ready to feel the impact of sanctions on Russia, its two largest economies report dismal growth numbers.