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  • Defending Finance

    The world would be a much poorer place without advances in finance, argues a prominent economist. June 16, 2012

  • Plenty of Ammo Left in Buyback Plans

    U.S. firms have repurchased more than one-third the dollar amount of shares that their buyback programs allow. June 16, 2012

  • Banks Ease Terms for Business Loans

    Fiercer domestic competition is making U.S. banks more flexible on spreads, interest-rate floors, and other costs to borrowers. June 16, 2012

  • IPO Confidential

    A provision of the JOBS Act enables private companies to simultaneously pursue an IPO and a sale without disclosing confidential information. June 16, 2012

  • Tax Rules Roil Financial Sector

    Proposed rules for implementing FATCA may have broad implications for U.S. banks. June 16, 2012

  • "Flush with Cash" Has New Meaning

    A rise in Corporate America's free cash flow and capex could be a healthy sign. June 16, 2012

  • Desperate for Yield

    Treasurers are seeking the slightest pickup in returns on their short-term cash, provided the risk falls within corporate investment guidelines. June 16, 2012

  • A Better Way to Borrow?

    Unitranche loans offer the advantages of speed, simplicity, and savings. June 16, 2012

  • A New Risk Factor: The JOBS Act

    Why some companies are including the law itself as a risk factor in their IPO filings. June 16, 2012

  • Barrier to Trade in Chinese Currency Falls

    But U.S. companies are still somewhat ambivalent about transacting in the renminbi. June 15, 2012

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