SEC Charges Couple in Dow Jones Trades
A husband and wife in Hong Kong allegedly purchased more than 400,000 shares shortly before Rupert Murdoch's $5 billion offer was publicly announced.
College Loan, Officer?
The former CFO of Texas Southern University is convicted of diverting almost $300,000 in funds that the school's president spent on furniture, landscaping, and other personal uses.
Finance execs among the departed at Ford; a roll of the dice for the former CFO of Station Casinos.
Nix Degrees Of Separation
Your tuition assistance program may be just helping your employees find a job somewhere else.
An SEC rule that takes effect July 1 will not only reduce printing and shipping costs but should also speed up voting and increase participation, say observers.
The Tenure Track
Amid rapid turnover in the ranks of chief financial officers, this trio of CFOs stayed in their posts longer than expected. Also: Will MyCFO pass the smell test?
More companies are offering nonqualified forms of compensation to top executives, not only to boost retirement coffers but also to lure and retain top talent.
Critics have long contended that the further Six Sigma strays from its manufacturing roots, the less effective it becomes.
“How’m I Doing?”
Two-thirds of companies believe their performance reviews are effective, according to a recent survey, but only 39 percent of employees agree.