Moody’s Sees Credit Default Rate Rising to 3.4%
Facing "staggering adverse conditions," the commodity sector will account for a disproportionate share of the growth in defaults.
A New Kind of Enterprise Lures Banker to CFO Post
Morgan Edwards finds new purpose and a huge potential market at 'marketplace lender' CommonBond.
Corporate Cash Hoard Hits a Record $1.73 Trillion
Despite amassing more cash, U.S. nonfinancials also hit records in capital spending, dividends, and net share buybacks in 2014, says Moody's.
Junk Bond Protections Fall to Record Low
Investors' hunger for yield is leading to still-weaker covenant protections on noninvestment-grade corporate bonds.
SEC Details Compliance Flaws at Credit Raters
All three large credit rating agencies “had weaknesses concerning access to market-share and revenue data by personnel who participate in ratings."
SEC to Clamp Down on Credit-Ratings Agencies
Credit-ratings agencies are bracing for new regulations that will tackle problems with the "issuer pays" model and a lack of disclosures to investors.
How ADP Turns Payroll into Cash
New CFO Jan Siegmund reveals a conservative investment strategy that's still able to generate abundant free cash flow.