By demanding share buybacks and dividends, which are paid out of cash reserves, activists threaten debt repayments.
The PCAOB staff plans to discuss auditors’ responsibilities for accounting estimates with the Standing Advisory Group in June.
More than quotas, a greater indicator of women's participation and longevity on boards reportedly is a nation’s “female economic power.”
The JPMorgan plan will monitor employees to see if they have the potential to violate banking or securities laws.
As a result of Basel III, some banks will pass costs along to their customers.
The IMF's Christine LaGarde welcomes confirmation that a $505 million payment would beat Greece's debt deadline.
How can CFOs balance the risk/reward equation to spark CEOs' interest in information risk management decisions?
The percentage of female board members at S&P 1500 companies rose from 11.3% in 2007 to 15% in 2014, says Equilar.
After 15 years in the business, a finance chief describes how audit firms operate, manage growth, and pay their partners.
What it’s like to be the CFO of partnerships like Grant Thornton, Rothstein Kass, and Goodwin Procter.