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  • The return of corporate animal spirits?

    The Association for Financial Professionals in its third quarter survey of corporate treasurers finds the biggest year-over-year drop in corporate cash holdings it has ever seen. But hold the champagne.

New tax inversions likely to be scaled down

Acquisitions that shift corporate tax residency seen having fewer, but still valuable, benefits in wake of Treasury crackdown.

Pushing employees toward tobacco-free pharmacies

Caremark rolls out surcharge on prescriptions filled at pharmacies that sell tobacco.

Portion of retirees with private pension income has grown

33 percent of U.S. retirees had income from DB pension or 401(k) last year: ICI study

ISS plans changes to its board governance product

ISS revealed another update that the proxy advisory firm will employ for the 2015 proxy season, upping the angst for companies and their lawyers.

Why we're in a 'managed depression'

Q2 data on corporate capital spending supports Martin Wolf's contention that the globe is suffering from a lack of demand not seen since the 1930s.

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