Acquisitions that shift corporate tax residency seen having fewer, but still valuable, benefits in wake of Treasury crackdown.
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.
The number of companies providing guidance to investors bounces back post-financial crisis, a recent survey shows.
How long can Amazon's free cash flow depend on the construction of warehouses?
Proxy adviser ISS suggests using a "scorecard" tally approach to equity plans, opens window for comment.
Board members' compensation shifts more toward shares, away from per-meeting fees.
Get back to us when you see some serious capex.
As the jobs report shows, job seekers are beginning to have the upper hand. It's already challenging for CFOs to attract and retain talent, and next year they must expect to pay more to get and keep the best.
A new study by Accenture finds that CFOs are no longer concentrating almost exclusively on costs, but the findings raise questions about what they're doing instead.
Too tight a hold on legal expenses may cost companies opportunities to create value. Consider Disney.