This roundup includes stories on a European tax investigation, ignition defects costing General Motors $900 million, the Federal Reserve’s open market committee seeking improvement in labor markets and why you can look forward to bringing in the new year with health-care plan cost increases. It’s never too early to get caught up on everything finance, start here with the CFO roundup…
The rate of cost growth for health-care benefits is slowing but is still well above increases in the Consumer Price Index.
The European Union is looking for evidence of sweetheart tax deals between EU countries and individual multinationals.
A low credit rating on a short-term security will no longer prohibit a money market fund from investing in it.
Other lawyers will assuredly try to mimic the Dole plaintiffs’ claims in future lawsuits challenging merger and acquisition transactions.
Because her husband advises the PCAOB, SEC Chair Mary Jo White should recuse herself from picking its next chairman, says one advocacy group.
GM admitted liability for wire fraud and concealing material facts from a U.S. regulator, but the U.S. attorney did not file charges against any executives.
The Federal Reserve’s open market committee says it wants to see further improvement in the labor markets and inflation heading back to near 2%.
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