About 20% of finance chiefs admit their companies' systems have been hacked, yet their level of optimism stays at a record high: Duke/CFO Outlook…
A large proportion of investors have recently assigned greater importance to companies' environmental, social, and governance factors.
The firm admitted its audits of scandal-plagued Quindell plc fell “significantly short” of professional standards.
Forty-two percent of public companies are either still assessing the impact of the new lease accounting rules or have not even gotten that far, finds…
The Chinese smartphone maker will pay a $1 billion penalty as part of a deal to end the sanctions that had threatened to cripple its operations.
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The maker of Jack Daniel's also reported lower income and warned of gross-margin declines from higher wood, agave, and freight costs.
Earnings management tends to occur not when a company is getting little or a lot of attention, but rather when it's in the middle of those extremes.
Companies that haven't made extensive disclosures about their climate risk profile should be prepared for a raft of questions from shareholders.
The unease is denting CEO confidence and causing chief executives to question hiring and spending plans.