SoFi Reportedly Seeking $3.5B Valuation
Social Finance, already valued at $1.3 billion, may be the next big peer-to-peer lending IPO.
Doral Bank’s Struggles End
Banco Popular bought $3.25 billion of Doral's assets and paid the FDIC a premium of 1.59% for the failed Puerto Rican bank’s deposits.
IPO Process Demands Different Kind of CFO
A case in point is Dropbox and its new finance chief, Vanessa Wittman.
Vanessa Wittman Hired As Dropbox CFO
Wittman's hiring could mean that Dropbox is getting closer to an initial public offering.
Multinationals Avoid $12B a Year in Repatriation Taxes
Using complex M&A structures, U.S. companies are getting access to cash trapped overseas.
Shake Shack Serving Up $1 Billion IPO in 2015
Shake Shack now has more than 63 outlets in 30-plus cities from London to Dubai.
M&A Pros Expect Very Active Deal Scene in 2015
"Buyers are paying a premium for targets that will allow them to realize long-term strategic goals," says KPMG.
‘Work Martyrs’ Turning U.S. Into ‘PTO Graveyard,’ Study Says
On average, U.S. workers used only 77% of their paid time off in 2013, says Oxford Economics.
Forecasting Error Cost Walgreen’s CFO His Job
Wade Miquelon, the drugstore chain's ex-CFO, took the blame for a $1.1 billion forecasting flub.
Trying to Justify $19B for WhatsApp
How on earth did Facebook arrive at the princely sum it paid for the mobile messaging company?