M&A

Pathways to Growth

A new book tells how companies can put their growth plans on the right track.

Where to Go For Your Next M&A Spree

A business school–s analysis finds that technology is a much more important factor than politics.

No Dire Straits for Boomers

Readers comment on the aging of the baby boomers, cloud computing, the value of M&A, and other topics of recent stories in CFO.

Private Equity's Picky Appetite

PE firms are craving service and health-care targets, according to a new survey.

SEC Fines Former Huron CFO, Controller

The management-consulting firm itself paid $1 million to settle charges of underreporting compensation expenses from four acquisitions.

M&A Forecast: Capacity, But No Moxie

Companies can afford to spend on acquisitions, but they lack the stomach to do so, says a KPMG report.

"Fortress Balance Sheets" Grow Stronger: Survey

Helped by higher operating cash flow, some U.S. companies' balance sheets are swelling with cash, most of which is earning little to no return.

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How IPO Founders Keep Their Taxes Low

Founding partners can enjoy whopping capital gains without the usual tax bite, but investors may be less than happy about it.

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Seller Resistance Choking Deal Flow

Overall acquisition activity ebbed last week, but hostile takeovers may rise.

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Accounts Payable at a Crossroads

In this research report, sponsored by MasterCard, CFO Research found that …

B2B cloud integration: A strategic approach to optimizing your value chain

The future of business-to-business (B2B) integration is in the cloud. As …

Top Five Workforce Factors Driving Customer Satisfaction

Most executives consider customer satisfaction a critical metric, but often lack …

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