Fire Your Underwriter
In its rush to go public, B2B incubator Divine Interventures didn't let anyone stand in the way.
The Spy Who Bugged Me
Insects are not the only bugs you should worry about in your hotel room when traveling overseas.
Getting It in Writing
Nearly half of large U.S. companies now offer at least one of their top executives, including CFOs, full-blown contracts.
While evaluating dot.com offers has always been dicey, the current shakeout among online companies has raised the stakes sharply.
Bullied by a Weak Euro
A host of American multinationals are claiming the euro's drop in value is pulling revenues down.
Indebted on the Internet
A new Web site can put billions of dollars of bad debt in your hands within a week.
Law firms have hiked associates' base-pay levels 15 to 40 percent since January, with first-year salaries jumping to between $125,000 and $160,000 at major firms across the nation, according to a recent report.