CFO’s Daily Roundup: June 23, 2015

A collection of's articles and stories published on June 23, 2015
Kerry MarunaJune 24, 2015

Get informed with CFO’s articles and stories from June 23, 2015…


Doubts Over Software Growth Hit BlackBerry

The company stumbles in its bid to transition from a mobile device maker to a software vendor. >> Matthew Heller


Tax Reform Top Priority for Voters: Poll

Any 2016 campaign talk will likely stress reforming the corporate tax code rather than individual taxes, an observer says. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


May Durable Goods Report Shows Manufacturing is Stabilizing

“Core” capital goods orders, a key gauge of business spending plans, rose last month.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


British Accounting Watchdog Investigating KPMG

The U.K. Financial Reporting Council is looking at whether KPMG adequately reported on Bank on New York Mellon’s compliance with safe-keeping rules. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Dodd-Frank’s Next Act: Executive Pay

The SEC’s proposed disclosure rules have drawn criticism from proponents and opponents alike. >> Ed Zwirn


Dodd-Frank Creates More Threats Than it Eliminates

How many of its myriad provisions are really worth replacing flexible supervision of banks with rigid regulation? >> Ernest T. Patrikis


Dodd-Frank Will Benefit CFOs in the Long Run

The law’s core reforms stabilize financial markets and the economy.

>> George W. Madison and William A. Shirley


Special Report: Dodd-Frank at 5 Years

With regulations now being written for executive compensation disclosure, the sweeping financial reform law remains as controversial as ever. >> CFO Staff


Equipment Finance Data Point to More Growth

Trade group’s monthly index shows new business volume has increased 10% year to date. >> Matthew Heller


Smaller Banks are Dodd-Frank Losers

The regulations coming out of the law are driving community banks to consolidate and making them less profitable. >> Rob McDonough


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