When a company moves from record stock highs to the threat of bankruptcy within two years, how should it account for the value of its assets?
After the world's largest academic endowment suffers a record decline, university leaders must decide how to meet current cash needs and manage their funds in the future.
When an entrepreneurial African business is offered a loan requiring dollar-denominated payments, should the owners accept the terms and ensuing risks?
After a one-time success story became the emerging markets' largest defaulting obligor, what different choices might its management and bankers have made?
What were the causes behind the unprecedented losses suffered by quantitative hedge funds during first week of August 2007?
Hewlett-Packard and Corporate Governance: How should a board of directors with dissenting voices handle conflict among its members while maintaining a fruitful relationship with its chief executive and shareholders?
What other strategies, besides the sale of assets, might one of the world??s largest publicly traded real estate companies consider in order to repay debt?
An investment bank reforms its compensation plan following public scrutiny of Wall Street's paychecks, but will the overhaul affect its competitive position?
How should a Chinese company respond when it suspects a rival is stealing trade secrets?