An internal review of Wal-Mart stores in China found questionable sales and accounting practices designed to make profits look stronger.
BofA Merrill Lynch's research team says the bull market will continue, but higher volatility, wider credit spreads and lower liquidity are on the…
OPEC says crude oil demand will drop to 28.92 million barrels per day in 2015, more than 1 million bpd less than it currently produces.
The evidence proves "that addressing high and growing inequality is critical to promote strong and sustained growth," says the OECD secretary general.
The European Central Bank cut growth and inflation forecasts for 2015 and 2016, saying it would reassess the need for policy measures early next year.
The bad news: the world is becoming a riskier place for business. The good news: political risk can be managed.
“There’s little sign of the eurozone’s malaise ending any time soon, as companies have become even less optimistic," says an economist at…
Accounting standard setters may push back the effective date of new revenue recognition rules, says a FASB assistant director.
The United States collects 10% of all tax revenue in corporate tax. In comparison, 37% of tax revenue comes from individuals.
The latest boom in dealmaking appears more sensible than its predecessors. But valuations are creeping into the danger zone.