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The increased tax penalties under the Trade Preferences Extension Act could amount to “several million dollars on an annual basis for a lot of big filers.”
How much do you know about one of the euro zone’s leading economies?
>> CFO Staff
CFO confidence remains steady in the latest Duke/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey, but worries mount over wages and data security.
Midsized companies want to pursue growth strategies, but finding the necessary funding can be a challenge.
The SEC’s proposed disclosure rules have drawn criticism from proponents and opponents alike.
>> Ed Zwirn
Driven by billion-dollar-plus transactions, the market for mergers and acquisitions is booming.
>> Edward Teach
The ATM maker is remaking itself into a services-driven company. An Interview with Christopher A. Chapman, SVP and CFO, Diebold.
>> Edward Teach
The Federal Reserve reports that valuation pressures in the CRE market are increasing but vulnerabilities in the U.S. financial system have moderated.
It may be counterintuitive, but combinations like Aetna’s planned purchase of Humana could lead to lower pricing from medical providers.
>> David McCann
Producer prices grew at double the rate of economists’ expectations in June, indicating inflationary pressures could be on the rise.
Business group is seeking stronger due-process protections for defendants, but SEC says proposed reforms would weaken enforcement.
Fifteen individuals and 19 firms allegedly participated in “pump-and-dump” schemes that netted $6.5 million in illegal profits.
FBI says Darkode was a “hornets’ nest” of cybercriminals that operated as a marketplace to buy and trade hacking tools.