Gensler Ousts PCAOB Chair; Other Board Members to Follow
Besides removing William D. Duhnke III, the SEC said it intends to seek candidates to fill the other Board positions.
PCAOB Critics Call On Gensler to Clean House
"We do not believe the current Board members are up to the task of re-focusing the PCAOB on its core mission," says an investor group.
Small-Biz Owners Used Forbearance, HELOCs to Survive
In the depths of the pandemic, many owners turned to their personal credit to keep their businesses from going under.
JPMorgan Chase Names Jeremy Barnum CFO
Barnum takes the place of Jennifer Piepszak, who was named co-head of the bank's consumer and community banking business.
Corporate Cash Holdings Metric Offers Mixed Signals
About one-third of companies saw their cash balances fall in the first quarter, but did that indicate investment or poor financial performance?
A Dedicated M&A Team May Be Worth It
A new academic study finds that specialized M&A staffs help acquirers identify targets that have higher synergies.
What the C-Suite Is Saying About Bitcoin
On first-quarter earnings calls, CFOs and CEOs revealed their attitudes about and approaches to cryptocurrencies.
GE Kicks the Factoring Habit
Instead of selling receivables for quick cash, General Electric will boost its billings and collections "muscle," says CFO Carolina Dybeck Happe.
Metric Matters: Five CFOs and the Numbers They Are Tracking
Which performance indicators are companies keying on this year? Five finance chiefs reveal the metrics encapsulating their strategic goals.
CFOs Still Clinging to Corporate Cash
Will companies "turn their attention from securing liquidity to unwinding their cash savings?"