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Greece Votes on Sunday — Then What?
Sunday's upcoming second election in Greece is too difficult to call. Preparations for a worst-case scenario "Grexit" won't be needed on Monday, however. June 13, 2012
The Bailout That Could Sink Spain
Doubts surfaced almost immediately that the Spanish bank bailout deal wasn't as locked down as it needs to be to restore confidence. June 13, 2012
When Is a Group Not a Group?
The Labor Department issues important guidance on what constitutes a valid multiple-employer 401(k) plan. June 13, 2012
Health Insurers: We–ll Continue with Reforms, Regardless
Three plan to keep offering some popular benefits even if the law is struck down. June 12, 2012
The Risks and Rewards of Becoming a REIT
Despite the risks of morphing into a real estate investment trust, the move will enable Iron Mountain to repatriate offshore earnings without a U.S. tax hit. June 11, 2012
Is Reputational Risk a C-Suite Priority?
Finance chiefs tend to underrate the importance of preserving their companies' good names – until something really bad happens. May 24, 2012
Chinese Reverse Mergers Spawned U.S. Class Actions, Report Says
The deals, involving shell companies, were "significantly more likely to involve restatements of financial statements," according to the study. May 22, 2012
Company Could Pay for CFO's Misguided Tweets
Francesca's Collections says it didn't know its now-fired finance chief had tipped off investors to an upcoming positive earnings report. The SEC may come calling anyway. May 22, 2012
Beware the Tax Traps of Wellness Programs
Because employee rewards under the programs are often considered nominal, many employers overlook the tax implications. May 21, 2012
IRS Holds Up Transfer-Pricing Deals
It now takes the agency more than 40 months to process advance pricing agreements. May 15, 2012