Motivated by rate-rigging scandals, the Financial Stability Board seeks to restore confidence in financial market benchmarks.
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.
A web site and data company for automobile buyers seeks to raise capital from the public markets.
Using Intrinsic Risk Valuation can help finance chiefs gauge when self-insurance is the best option.
The Justice Department is investigating sales practices of foreign-exchange banks as part of a wider probe into FX market rigging.
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.
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