The beverage company sold 8.5 billion euros worth of bonds, the largest ever by a U.S. issuer.
National defense spending fell 12% in the fourth quarter of 2014, offsetting growth in personal expenditures and inventory investment.
Shareholder Standard General has the lead bid, and a bankruptcy court has approved its use of "credit-bidding" to buy some of RadioShack's stores.
With partners of professional services firms busy producing revenue, CFOs have the opportunity to become bona fide strategists.
A U.K. nonprofit and two labor unions accuse the fast-food giant of channeling royalty payments to a small subsidiary in Luxembourg.
"Goodyear’s lax compliance controls enabled a routine of corrupt payments by African subsidiaries that were hidden in their books," said an SEC…
"We’re still on a journey to simplify the firm. I don’t rule out that we might make more disposals,” says CEO Stuart Gulliver.
A new compromise deal to extend the euro zone bailout is approved by European finance ministers.
Finance chiefs at retail companies forecast 3.9% sales growth this year, driven by lower fuel prices and unemployment.
When a brittle supply chain snaps, customers don’t get their products, companies lose revenue, brands are sullied, and the company suffers.