CFO’s Daily Roundup: June 25, 2015

A collection of's articles and stories published on June 25, 2015
Kerry MarunaJune 25, 2015

Get informed with CFO’s articles and stories from June 25, 2015…


Five Working Capital Management

With the release of the 2015 REL Working Capital Survey results, here is a collection of five classic articles on working capital best practices. >> Danielle Balestra


Walmart to Hit Suppliers with Hefty Fees

The move, which applies to 10,000 suppliers, is meant to compensate for higher labor costs. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Sloppy Benefit Plan Audits Putting Employers at Risk

After 45 days, major deficiencies in employee benefit plan audits start costing employers $1,100 per day in fines. >> David M. Katz


Like It or Not, It’s Time to Face Obamacare

With Supreme Court ruling in favor of the government, the “employer mandate” stays in place and companies should start working to avoid the “Cadillac Tax.”

>> David McCann


CEO Pay Lines Up with Shareholder Returns: WSJ Survey

But some CEOs were paid well even though the company delivered lower shareholder returns. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


IKEA Raising its U.S. Worker Pay

The raise would put IKEA’s minimum wage at $4.62 above the current federal minimum wage. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Toshiba Chief Apologizes for Accounting Crisis

Five years of overstated profits anger investors and elicit the company’s vow to “create a new Toshiba.” >> Matthew Heller


Merger of Euro Grocers to Create No. 4 U.S. Chain

The combination, Ahold Delhaize would have a 4.6% share of the U.S. grocery market.

>> Matthew Heller


U.S. Consumer Spending Shows Biggest Gain in Six Years

“This portends well for second-quarter growth and the broader momentum of economic activity in the second half of the year,” an economist says. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


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