Companies face 'double whammy' as U.S. regulators work more closely with their foreign counterparts.
Companies with net operating losses may jeopardize their ability to use them when they structure deals as earn-outs, a prominent tax lawyer warns.
Ceres, a sustainbility advocacy group, pressures companies to disclose more information about climate risk.
Even if the law is thrown out in court, many companies will choose to provide information on how conflict minerals are sourced and controlled.
A new study finds that 20 percent of finance chiefs exploit gaps in accounting to misrepresent their companies' earnings, and their companies do so an average of ten percent of the time.
New rules may be splitting the market along geographic lines, according to ISDA survey.
Corporate attorneys may be tempted to serve as whistleblowers, thanks to the Dodd-Frank Act and recent SEC rules.
The investigation federal officials reportedly opened into the alleged fraud that took place at Citigroup's Mexican subsidiary may have raised the stakes for the bank, as well as questions about its financial controls.
Retailer claims more than $5 billion in damages.
Companies look for new directors with tech expertise.