Buybacks: Is Reform Overdue?
Regulators are asking who is ultimately benefiting from share repurchases.
Will Tech Preserve the Cheap Cost of Capital?
On the contrary, those who say technological advances will help keep bond yields low are off-base, a top analyst claims.
SEC Unfairly Seen as Scapegoat for IPO Slump
The commission and Congress have actually done much to ease the way for new IPOs, a capital markets attorney says.
What’s Wrong with Crowdfunding?
The JOBS Act was designed to help online capital formation. So far, the results have been disappointing.
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.
EU Seeks to Lighten Burdens of Smaller Lenders
European commissioner doesn't want to burden smaller lenders "with the same requirements we need for bigger, riskier ones.”
How to Get Your Company Acquired
Companies considering an exit strategy that involves being acquired need to be properly prepared.
How to Talk to Activist Investors
Activist investors are turning up the heat at public companies. It’s up to CFOs to stay cool — and communicative.
Ten Steps to End the Dash for Cash
Quick cash fixes at the end of fiscal years are frequently harmful.
Restoring Balance to Bankruptcy
Chapter 11 cases increasingly emphasize creditor interests instead of the rebuilding of companies, experts say.