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Kerry MarunaSeptember 23, 2015

A misleading YaFarm Technologies press release on stem-cell research lands two in hot water and Groupon to cut 1,100 jobs. Find these stories and more in the world of finance in CFO’s roundup…


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>> Matthew Heller


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Making Room to Grow

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>> David W. Owens


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>> CFO Staff


Number of Carbon Pricers Triples

Four-hundred thirty-seven companies are now pricing their greenhouse gas emissions, compared with 150 in 2014.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


SEC Proposes Liquidity Rules for Mutual Funds and ETFs

“Changes in the modern asset management industry call on us to now look anew at liquidity management in funds,” says Mary Jo White.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Struggling Taxi Medallion Lender Seized By Regulators

The rise of Uber and other ride-sharing services in New York has resulted in a surge in loan delinquencies at some credit unions.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Two Charged With Stem Cell Microcap Fraud

The pair controlled virtually all of YaFarm Technologies’ shares and used “false and misleading” press releases to cause the share price to rise.

>> Matthew Heller


Groupon to Slash 1,100 Jobs, Close in 7 Markets

The online coupon company will take a pre-tax charge of $35 million in connection with eliminating about 1,100 jobs globally.

>> Matthew Heller


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