The whistleblower came to the SEC after reporting wrongdoing internally and the company failed to act.
Companies must be punished when they do wrong, but the legal system has become an extortion racket.
The money-spinners await their fate.
Corporate inversions are all the rage, but opposition to the tax-saving transactions is mounting.
Directors have to protect both the company's and its shareholders' interests, which can conflict, as in the case of some coercive takeover bids.
Did the JOBs Act fuel the surge in offerings, or was it the bull market?
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.
After Berkshire Hathaway misses regulatory filing deadlines, it's fair to ask whether his governance style meshes with today's compliance culture.
Many companies have more sustainability initiatives than they can possibly manage. Here’s how to get them under control.