After 45 days, major deficiencies in employee benefit plan audits start costing employers $1,100 per day in fines.
The SEC’s proposed disclosure rules have drawn criticism from proponents and opponents alike.
A guide to the increasingly popular executive savings vehicles.
Improving wages could prod the Fed to move sooner on interest rates.
Few firms remain that pay severance to executives only upon a change in control; a termination of employment is also now a standard requirement.
Results from the 2nd-quarter Duke University/CFO Magazine Global Business Outlook survey
Some stakeholders favor excluding segments of a company’s workforce to calculate a ratio of executive to average worker pay.
The defunct lender's liquidating trust is opposing the payments to executives who were accused of contributing to its collapse.
"Inequality in OECD countries is at its highest since records began,” according to the organization's secretary-general.
Seventy-two percent of organizations awarded bonuses to their treasury and finance employees in 2014, at an average 18% of base salary, according to…