Small businesses spend more than $16 billion each year hiring tax professionals to provide advice and to handle the messy job of preparing and filing their federal tax returns. Is this out of laziness, or greed?
More than a decade ago, the New York Times kick-started an examination of the business practices of Computer Associates International, Inc., a global software company with a market value of $20 billion, more than Nike or Lockheed Martin.
In recent memory, two major cataclysms have rocked our markets: the accounting scandal of 2002 and the financial-market panic of 2008.
Bernie Madoff, 150 years. Dennis Kozlowski, 25 years. Bernard Ebbers, 25 years. Jeffrey Skilling, 14 years. Walter Forbes, 12 years.
How do you grow, raise, and nurture a future entrepreneur – or an entire generation of them?
Music lovers who enjoy Pandora Internet radio may wonder why they can only skip six songs in an hour and then must wait to skip again.