Are Board Directors Facing Unrealistic Expectations?
Sixty percent say a gap exists between expectations placed on the board and what board members can actually do to accomplish strategic objectives.
Energy Services Vendor, Execs, Settle SEC Fraud Case
The energy services provider and four executives allegedly booked $20 million in improper revenue over a two-year period.
Employers to Focus on Retention Programs in 2017
Pay raises are expected to remain consistent at 3%, but companies plan to increase spending on programs designed to keep top performers.
Goldman Sachs Rolls Out Consumer Lending Platform
Introduced last week, the online-only platform, Marcus, allows consumers to borrow up to $30,000 with no fees and a fixed APR.
Cybersecurity Insurance Becoming a Must-Have
A new survey finds 80% of companies bought a stand-alone cybersecurity policy in 2016, suggesting such plans are quickly becoming the new norm.
SEC Hit Record Enforcement Highs in 2016
The SEC broke records for single-year enforcement actions filed and total dollars gained from forfeitures.
Tech Breathes New Life into IPO Market
The sluggish IPO market is on track for one of its worst years since 2009, but a blockbuster tech deal could be the catalyst for a resurgent fourth quarter.
CFOs: Financial Future Hangs on Upcoming Election
A new survey reveals 87% of CFOs believe the economic future of their companies depends on the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.
Holiday Retail Shopping to Increase 4%
A majority of consumers surveyed say they are likely to spend more and sooner on holiday shopping than in 2015.
Casino-Gaming Company Hit with Whistleblower Penalty
International Game Technology is accused of firing an employee for reporting possible distortions in the company's financial statements.
Retail Investors Highly Confident in U.S. Capital Markets
More investors say they trust auditors, financial analysts, and rating agencies, according to a new survey.