Former staffers allege management's aversion to spending money on state-of-the-art security could have been a factor in the recent breach.
The money-spinners await their fate.
The question of whether companies are legitimately trying to reduce taxes or trying to cheat the government of corporate tax has stirred a global…
Private company owners who are tax evaders can cause stress, unemployment and legal problems for CFOs, treasurers and controllers.
The war between Autonomy and HP escalates as HP plans on suing Autonomy's ex-CFO for trying to blocking settlements with shareholders.
A Florida firm's CFO and CEO knowingly hid information about inadequate inventory controls and engaged in improper accounting maneuvers, the SEC…
At Republicans' behest, the FDIC revises cautionary guidelines to banks doing business with risky third-party payment providers.
Could new legislation help law enforcement successfully prosecute a company's highest executives for corporate misdeeds?
Through June 30, the Department of Justice has launched 13 FCPA anti-corruption enforcement actions in 2014, many of them against individuals.
Six U.S. companies have adopted a Delaware bylaw that shifts legal fees to the suing investors if their case is not successful.