Companies are allocating more of their payroll budgets to compensation vehicles that don't add fixed, ongoing costs.
The SEC says the illicit trading scheme used confidential JPMorgan information about impending tech mergers to reap more than $672,000 in profits.
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Since J&J introduced it in 1999, Splenda has reached $300 million in annual sales.
A collection of CFO.com accounting and finance articles published on August 25, 2015.
The New York hedge fund failed to seek antitrust clearance before acquiring shares in Yahoo.
Increased trade activity in Western Europe, Australasia, and China have companies planning to hedge more in the coming months.
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Did an email sent to CNBC's Jim Cramer violate Reg FD?
An obscure dispute about rubbish could reshape agency working.