The SEC says the mining giant had inadequate controls over its hospitality program for foreign officials.
U.S. corporations and listed companies would do well to redouble their efforts to comply with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Using the Chinese currency in transactions could enable the global smartphone maker to negotiate supplier discounts.
Companies in capital-intensive industries need to get more out of their capital budgets. CFOs can play a critical role.
The Supreme Court makes it easier for pension plan participants to sue sponsors over imprudent investments.
Failure of settlement talks leads Paris-based Kering to renew claims that Alibaba facilitates sales of fake goods.
Although Lexmark took a routine look at an inversion, boosting operating margins was much more important, the acquirer's CFO says.
Investment banker allegedly provided his father with nonpublic information about pending deals involving clients.