U.S. finance chiefs lead the way in optimism about the economy, according to the latest Duke/CFO global outlook survey.
With partners of professional services firms busy producing revenue, CFOs have the opportunity to become bona fide strategists.
A fall in mortgage-related income and hefty litigation expenses caused a disappointing fourth quarter for FDIC-insured financial institutions.
A U.K. nonprofit and two labor unions accuse the fast-food giant of channeling royalty payments to a small subsidiary in Luxembourg.
Thanks to a proliferation of high-cost drugs for complex conditions, pharmacy expenses outpace overall medical cost growth.
The CFO of Achieve Financial Credit Union had a fake bomb strapped to his chest during an attempted armed robbery of the financial institution.
The numbers are still being totaled, but S&P 500 companies are estimated to have handed back almost $900 billion in cash to shareholders last year.
Only 31% of organizations discovered IT security compromises through their own resources last year, according to Mandiant.
A study of the effects of high-frequency trading on U.K. stock prices claims to show that HFT firms make for a more efficient market.
"Goodyear’s lax compliance controls enabled a routine of corrupt payments by African subsidiaries that were hidden in their books," said an SEC…