Trade Sanctions Could Trigger Tax Changes
U.S. KO'd in WTO bout. The upshot: expect sanctions from the EU -- and tax-code tinkering from Congress.
CFOs: Sanguine About the Economy
Increasing number of finance chiefs plan to boost capital spending, tap the capital markets this quarter.
POB Out, PAB In
Citing its connections to AICPA, SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt disbands the Public Oversight Board. But will his Public Accountability Board be any better?
Membership Has No Privileges
In the wake of the Enron scandal, shareholders are tightening the screws on audit committees. Now all they have to do is find executives who are willing to serve on the things.
Deal Pricing: An Online Standard at Last?
Broker-neutral platform for online financing works with any software. But will it play in CFO Land?
Partners to the End?
Attorney argues that limited partners in Enron's special purpose entities had fiduciary responsibilities, too. But exactly who were those partners?
General Liability: Major Pain
After losing a whole lot of money last year, sellers of general liability insurance are now jacking up premiums. This trend won't change anytime soon.