Hertz to Pay $16M to Settle With SEC Over Accounting Problems
The rental car company agreed to pay a civil fine over financial misstatements.
A Way to Achieve Continuous Improvement at Regulated Utilities
Although it may be necessary, regulation demotivates cost efficiency and capital productivity. But there are other ways to measure a utility's performance.
Does Overregulation Lead to Underperformance?
Heavy regulations may make the financial world safer, but inevitably the business of banking is adversely affected, and innovations suffers.
SEC Considering Tighter Regulation of ETFs
"Despite the popularity and broad success of these funds, their history is not without some turbulence," SEC Chair Mary Jo White says.
IT Costs Top Worries for Financial Services Execs
Financial services firms are trying to compete with new entrants that are using new technology, survey says.
3rd-Quarter Economic Outlook: U.S. Stronger, Latin America Weaker
The latest Duke/CFO survey reveals more confidence in the U.S., less confidence in Latin America, and greater concern about regulation
Entrepreneurs, Investors High on the Pot Business
Despite weighty challenges, the fast-emerging legal marijuana industry invites a ‘Green Rush’ of interest.
Risk of Water Scarcity Rising
If companies don't recognize and address water-scarcity issues, risks will accumulate and could eventually threaten entire businesses.