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CFO Week in Review

The week's most read stories.
Kerry MarunaJuly 30, 2016
CFO Week in Review

In case you missed them, CFO offers the week’s most-read stories.

To Cut Costs, Push Your Purchasing Dept. Out the Door

Purchasing department employees must spend more face-to-face time with suppliers to drive true value. – Christopher Good, contributor

What Promise Does the IoT Hold for Your Business?

The Internet of Things may dramatically reshape industries from manufacturing and health care to power and transportation. – Timothy Chou, contributor

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Treasury Chief Lauds Dodd-Frank

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says Dodd-Frank Act helped the nation weather Brexit and other shocks to the system. – David Katz, Editor

How Verticalization Cuts Costs, Boosts Customer Value

With verticalization, your organization develops experts, not “jacks of all trades.” – Gary Crowe, contributor

Why CFOs Need to Consider Sustainability

Businesses that fail to invest in sustainable supply chains are missing out on significant opportunities to generate value. – Pierre-Francois Thaler, contributor

CFOs Divulge Their Eclectic Leisure Pastimes

Competitive meat eating, drag racing, and baseball fantasy camp are among the passions these finance chiefs pursue away from the office. – David McCann, Editor

Accountant Suspended Over Failure to Spot Fraud

Among other things, the accountant and his firm failed to detect fraudulent sales and identify related-party transactions, says the SEC. – Vincent Ryan, Editor-in-Chief

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