Libor Rise Tightens Conditions for Borrowers
Is the rise in the benchmark “technical in nature, in which case short-term rates will eventually normalize, or a harbinger of another banking catastrophe"?
Honeywell Firing on Tax Cut Cylinders
The conglomerate plans to bring $7 billion to $10 billion back on shore to invest in its U.S. operations and possibly buy “bolt-on” companies.
Tax Law Knocks American Express Into the Red
The company posted its first net loss in a quarter of a century but adjusted earnings and revenue beat analysts' estimates.
Goldman to Take $5B Charge From New Tax Law
Two-thirds of the writedown is due to a provision of the law designed to encourage companies to repatriate funds from overseas.
Three Key Questions About Corporate Tax Reform
CFOs should ask tax execs about rate-cut surprises, sources of cash, and big capex investments.
Repatriating Cash in a Territorial Tax System
For now, companies are in a quandary as they wait for clarity about how to prepare for a territorial tax system.
How to Make Hay out of Trump Tax Plans
Though they sound good for corporate America, CFOs need to read the fine print of the Trump administration and House of Representatives proposals.
Sotheby’s Reshuffles Cash to Fund Share Buyback
The auction house is eliminating its dividend and repatriating foreign earnings as it increases its share repurchase program by $200 million.
How to Manage the Cost of Expatriate Assignments
Thorough planning is required not only before an assignment, but also while it's in progress, as informed by data analytics.
Obama Wants to Tap Overseas Earnings
A one-time 14% tax on $2.1 trillion in profits corporations earned overseas would be used to repair the nation's infrastructure.