L3 Technologies Settles $1.6M Revenue Recognition Case
The SEC also accused the company of failing to maintain adequate internal controls after employees reported their concerns to the ethics board.
Audit Committees Face Expertise, Risk Management Challenges
More than four in ten (41%) audit committee members say the effectiveness of companies' risk management programs poses the greatest challenge this year.
Bullish on the Economy, Bearish on Expectations
CFOs are optimistic about the U.S. economy under a Trump administration, but are unclear on how their companies will benefit, according to new data.
Sears Gets $500 Million Loan
The new influx in credit will help Sears stay afloat until future real estate deals provide more cash to pay down outstanding debts.
Goldman Sachs to Pay $120 Million in Rate-Manipulation Case
The CFTC orders the investment bank to pay up in response to charges that traders deliberately influenced a U.S. global dollar benchmark.
SEC Settles Two Huge FCPA Cases
Petrochemical company Braskem, its parent Obebrecht, and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries will pay a combined $4 billion.
Coca-Cola to Pay $3.2 Billion for Stake in African Bottler
The world’s largest soft drink maker will buy the assets from Anheuser-Busch and refranchise operations to new partners.
NeuStar Agrees to Pay $180,000 Whistleblower Penalty
The Virginia-based company settled allegations stemming from non-disparagement clauses that impeded employees from communicating with the SEC.
IPO Market Drops to 7-Year Low
A disconnect between private and public valuations caused many tech companies to push back their offerings or withdraw them altogether.
Top 15 Risk Factors for M&A
Sixty percent of financial professionals say overpaying for deals is the biggest M&A risk factor facing buyers next year, according to new research.
Top 10 CFO Risks for 2017
There was plenty of uncertainty this year, from the Brexit vote to the Presidential election, but what are CFOs most worried about ahead of 2017?