Reverse factoring can raise the risk profile of supply chains to dangerous levels, and could even cause a systematic financial failure.
Companies just don’t want to give up the flexibility to manage financial reporting that's provided by the complexity of accounting standards.
How can financial institutions restore profitability? Manage complexity better so as to control costs and improve productivity, says Oliver Wyman.
Voluntary adoption of clawback policies is correlated with an increase in "real transactions management," a way to artificially boost earnings.
The change could prevent other companies from excluding shareholder proposals that they say "directly conflict" with management proposals.
Businesses would benefit from reliable information on cyber crime’s costs.
Financial institutions will be first up in the countries' new series of war games designed to thwart cyber-crime.
BP reportedly acted with "simple negligence" rather than gross negligence, a judge ruled.
Poor distribution by Target reportedly meant that shelves lacked basic products.
Some workers' comp doctors have found a new way to dispense drugs from their offices at two to three times the price charged by pharmacies.