Aguilar Blasts SEC on Shareholder Rights
A report that could have pushed for new regulations for private litigation was a “strong disappointment,” according to the commissioner.
JOBS Act Filings Depend on Snail Mail, DVD
The SEC's Edgar filing system isn't equipped to process pre-IPO filings in private.
Amid Strategic Changes, SuperValu CFO Keeps Eye on Debt
CFO Sherry Smith commits to reducing the grocery company's debt as it tries to prove its worth to Wall Street.
IRS Holding Up Transfer-Pricing Deals For Years
The Internal Revenue Service has fallen behind on agreements made with companies wanting to avoid a surprise audit of their intercompany transactions.
JOBS Act Turns Spotlight on Crowdfunding
The new law blesses a new financing option for start-ups — but the blessing comes with many caveats.
Groupon Shareholder Cries Foul
The first shareholder lawsuit since the company&spamp;rsquo;s recent revenue restatement names the CFO and other executives.
First Quarter IPO Bump: the Same Old Song?
First-quarter activity for venture-backed IPOs suggests a promising year ahead. But the same thing happened in 2011, when the remainder of the year showed disappointing results.
Fraud Tips Hit All-Time High
Employees are increasingly coming forward with suspicions, according to a new study.
Best Buy CFO Focused on Cost Cuts
As Best Buy looks to cut back its square footage and become more nimble, Jim Muehlbauer will be dealing with $800 million in cuts over the next three years.