In fulfilling a campaign promise, the president sacrificed potential IP benefits that TPP would have had for U.S. trade.
The firm was accused of "extraordinary" negligence in approving the accounting treatment for MF Global's investments in European soveriegn debt.
A big tax break would boost the industry, while a border tax could hit many retailers hard.
Most internal auditors are slow to help employers prepare for major corporate “disruptions” like big regulatory changes and cyber attacks.
The proposed law would significantly amend the Dodd-Frank Act and restore flexibility to financial institutions.
The administration's trade policies could reap economic gains but sacrifice ethical opportunities.
The settlement ends a three-year legal battle between the retailer and customers whose credit card information was allegedly exposed by the 2013 hack.
With Republicans in charge of the government, regulatory constraints on financial services firms may begin to relax.
One way to understand how American trade policy might play out is to analyze two plausible paths.
“Say hi to Wizard Bernie while you’re down there,” he yelled at the falling figure.