CFO’s Daily Roundup: June 10, 2015

A collection of's articles and stories published on June 10, 2015
Kerry MarunaJune 10, 2015

Get informed with CFO’s articles and stories from June 10, 2015…


Nike Settles $10M Suit Against Ex-Designers

Footwear giant had alleged the three designers stole trade secrets to help them open a design studio for Adidas. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


The Biggest Cyber Threat Is Inside Your Company

Data theft by insiders is rampant but usually not discovered until after they’ve left.

>> John Parkinson


Facebook’s Overseas Ad Sales Reach 51% of Total

A boom in Asia-Pacific advertising revenue drives the shift. >> Matthew Heller


Companies Raise the Bar for Golden Parachutes

Few firms remain that pay severance to executives only upon a change in control; a termination of employment is also now a standard requirement. >> Matthew Heller


Wage Pressures, Competition, Cyber-Security Temper U.S. Outlook

Results from the 2nd-quarter Duke University/CFO Magazine Global Business Outlook survey. >> David W. Owens


U.S. Digital Surveillance Hurting Tech Sector

Tech industry group warns that economic impact of U.S. surveillance will likely far exceed $35 billion. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Tesla Motors CFO Ahuja to Retire This Year

Finance chief says he will “pursue other life goals” after the “nonstop adrenaline rush” of Tesla. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Hercules Technology Hires Mark Harris as CFO

Harris joins the specialty finance lender from Avenue Capital, where he was a finance executive for eight years. >> Matthew Heller


Johnson Controls Mulling Auto Parts Spinoff

Breakup of industrial parts maker would continue trend toward leanness in corporate America. >> Matthew Heller


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