Patagonia Invests in Solar Energy Fund
Outdoor clothing retailer allots $13 million to help Hawaii homeowners install solar panels.
eBay, Wal-Mart Lower Their Holiday Expectations
Both eBay and Wal-Mat cut their sales forecasts for their current fiscal year, in part blaming a stronger U.S. dollar.
Fed Set to Adopt Risk Retention Rule
Banks will finally be required to have 'skin in the game" when they securitize certain mortgages.
FASB Reviewing Share-based Payments Standard
The accounting standards setter plans to address accounting for stock options and other share-based payments as part of its simplification initiative.
AbbVie to Reconsider $54 Billion Shire Inversion
The stalling of the deal seems to be the latest fallout from the crackdown on inversions.
Ex-Merck Analyst Hit with Insider Trading Rap
He allegedly helped a friend make more than $700,000 on insider M&A info.
Sysco Angles to Save US Foods Deal
The nation's largest food supplier appeals to the FTC in its bid to acquire its closest competitor.
Two-Thirds of Americans Favor Tougher Anti-Ebola Measures
A new survey finds that a majority would back a plan to restrict entry into the United States, but health experts warn against the idea.
Ireland to Scrap ‘Double Irish’ Tax Loophole
Popular with companies whose chief asset is intellectual property, the evasion tactic will be closed in 2015.
New Inversion Rules Don’t Deter $1.9B Steris Deal
Medical equipment manufacturer expects to lower its effective tax rate by about six percentage points by moving its tax domicile to the United Kingdom.
New Swaps Protocol Aimed at Avoiding ‘Too Big to Fail’
The new procedure will in theory keep an insolvent bank's counterparties from stepping in and seizing collateral during a crisis.