The enforcement action is another sign of increased scrutiny of corporate accounting by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The CFO of Pact, a non-governmental organization (NGO), talks about the challenges of having the government as a customer.
A law professor at Cornell argues the opposite.
A growing number of companies are embracing sustainable business practices by becoming Certified B Corporations.
On the eve of a new accounting standard, readers vigorously debate whether operating leases can be considered leverage.
Employees of contractors and subcontractors to public companies are now protected against retaliation.
The legal theory behind huge pay-outs to aggrieved shareholders goes on trial.
But the retailer is serious about stopping its takeover target, Jos. A Bank, from acquiring retailer Eddie Bauer.
Catherine Lesjak’s objections to the ill-advised acquisition of a British software firm may prove prophetic for HP.
Probably, but they should consult their legal teams first.
With deliberations on tap for March 5, a decision in favor of the oil-services giant could lower corporate class-action risk exposures considerably.