Tightening up your company’s loss control programs demands both good strategy and the ability and willingness to dive into the details.
U.S. multinationals could be forced to pull data from each tax reporting unit and report it all in a single document.
Controversial audio tapes of a New York Fed meeting lead Elizabeth Warren to call for a Congressional investigation.
A new study shows that women made up almost 30% of new board nominees at S&P 500 firms this year.
In 2013, the Treasury Department loosened compensation limits for the top 25 executives at GM and Ally Financial. But did it loosen them too much?
The moves would eliminate "hopscotch loans" and other techniques used in inversions to avoid U.S. taxes.
The award will be the largest made by the SEC, although the whistleblower claimed that it was below the average percentage amount others got.
Santander Consumer USA, a big subprime auto lender that's majority-owned by Santander Holdings, paid a common stock dividend without the Fed’s…
How the JOBS Act helped five CFOs take their companies public.