Altering an unwritten policy, the DOJ eases pressure on companies to fire executives involved in FCPA wrongdoing.
If your organization’s line-unit managers are flying by the seat of their pants when it comes to cost control, it’s time to step in.
CFOs are optimistic about the U.S. economy under a Trump administration, but are unclear on how their companies will benefit, according to new data.
Average hourly wages rose 2.9% in December, suggesting the economic recovery is finally translating into gains for workers.
The U.S. can mitigate China's semiconductor push by stepping up the pace of innovation, a presidential panel reports.
“The level of claims is consistent with ongoing improvement in U.S. labor markets," an economist says of the data for the week ended Dec. 31.
The retailer posted a 2.1% same-store sales decline, and lowered earnings guidance, as it continues to struggle with the shift to online shopping.
The $900 million sale of the iconic brand to Stanley Black & Decker will expand distribution of Craftsman to additional channels.
Utility-services expense is one of the few costs that can be managed when a company relocates.
Wall Street analysts upgrade their outlooks on Xerox after it completes the spinoff of its business services unit.