Twenty-three percent of finance executives are renegotiating banking contracts and 25% are actively seeking new banking partners, says AFP.
By staying public, small companies could actually be destroying shareholder value, not boosting it.
Total IPOs priced on U.S. exchanges lagged in the third quarter, dropping 41% over the same period in 2014.
If the market cooperates, payments processor First Data could hit a valuation of nearly $18 billion.
The index moved closer to contraction territory, "signaling an abundance of caution going into what is supposed to be strong selling season," says the…
Emerging economies and bond markets need to prepare for an increase in corporate failures, says the IMF.
“Total loss absorbency capacity” will require lenders to have capital and debt equivalent to at least 16% to 20% of their risk-weighted assets.
Corporate venture capital investments are reaching levels not seen since the dot-com era.
Demand for the Small Business Administration’s popular 7(a) loans reaches an all-time high.
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