Aggressive tax planning sows confusion not only about companies' taxes but also about the basics of their operations and finances.
Changes in executive pay, the departure of its CFO, and almost $30 billion of cash obligations may be warning signs for Netflix's valuation outlook.
"Presenteeism," or not being engaged on the job, is a far more costly problem for employers than absenteeism.
While acquiring companies have underperformed stock indexes for the past two years, the outlook for M&A may be brightening.
The overall financial impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is difficult to calculate and may be viewed differently by optimists and skeptics.
Appeasing investors with shareholder engagement disclosures was a significant trend this year: Equilar report.
Board diversity, corporate culture, and sexual harassment will be among the key discussion topics for corporate directors next year.
Having finance team members support business unit stakeholders drains EBITDA, says Gartner; instead, align them with specific types of decisions to be…
Will the new ISO standard prompt companies to begin voluntarily reporting an assortment of human capital metrics?
Study results contradict critics who are trying to water down the Sarbanes-Oxley requirement for auditing internal controls over financial reporting.