Slack’s Unusual Route to Public Markets
The workplace-messaging app’s direct listing values the tech company at $23 billion.
Bernie Sanders Introduces Plans for Wall Street Speculation Tax
The tax would generate up to $2.4 trillion in over 10 years.
Wall Street’s ‘Short Termism’ Misses the Point
Beating earnings estimates quarter after quarter doesn't have much to do with long-term shareholder value.
CFO’s Tech Companies to Watch 2018: Prattle
Prattle's natural language processing analyzes earnings calls to help predict their effect on market movements.
Senate Confirms Jay Clayton as SEC Chair
The lawyer says he will be tough on "bad actors" but a Democrat calls him “one of Wall Street’s most loyal guardians.”
Clinton v. Trump: Who’s Better for Business?
The choice for president is between big change now but few details, and gradual change with deep details.
Finance Roundup for Executives: May 10, 2016
Be informed, get involved, and shape the world through finance. Read CFO.com's most recent headlines and standout stories.
Goldman Sachs Hit Hard By Headwinds
First-quarter earnings fell year over year, and revenue declined in many of the bank's business units.
How a President Trump Might Treat Wall Street and the SEC
It's difficult to predict what "President Trump" would do, given his always-shifting rhetoric, but his past statements and business record offer some hints.
Goldman Fined $50M Over N.Y. Fed Document Theft
The investment bank admitted it failed to supervise an employee who was a former bank examiner at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
IPO Activity Falls in Third Quarter
Total IPOs priced on U.S. exchanges lagged in the third quarter, dropping 41% over the same period in 2014.