Why fixing the sins of the past related to an organization's critical data is worth the investment.
When public companies pressure their auditors to reduce fees or they switch auditors to pay lower fees, audit quality can deteriorate, according to a study.
Before senior executives try to spread best practices, they should use seven techniques to clear out the negative behavior that stands in the way.
How on earth did Facebook arrive at the princely sum it paid for the mobile messaging company?
The pressure on companies from activist shareholders continues to grow.
The ratio of debt to assets for U.S. banks has ranged from 87 percent to 95 percent over the past 80 years.
Tying credit default swap spreads to the interest rates corporations pay benefits banks and borrowers, says a recent study.
Currently, just 30 percent of IT spending is focused on improving the businesses.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development says it overestimated economic growth worldwide in the years following the financial crisis.
Comparisons should take into account company complexity, not just industry and revenue, one research firm contends.
Time to sweep away an artificial distinction in the world of corporate debt issues.