CFO’s Daily Roundup: June 29, 2015

A collection of's articles and stories published on June 27, 2015
Kerry MarunaJune 29, 2015

Get informed with CFO’s articles and stories…


Uber on Trial: New Work Modes Demand finance-HR Collaboration

The ruling that an Uber driver was entitled to the benefits of employment carries important implications for financial and human capital.

>> John Boudreau


Greek Banks Close as Debt Crisis Deepens

Prime minister announces referendum on new bailout deal as deadline for $1.7 billion debt payment looms. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


10 Tips for MBOs at Small and Midsized Firms

When one founder or partner buys out another, it’s bound to be a difficult, emotionally charged transaction. Here’s how to stay on course.

>> Kira Spivak


Congress Faces Transport Funding Deadline

Bipartisan group of senators has proposed an alternative to White House transportation bill but funding shortfall is a major obstacle.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


High Court Rejects Google’s Appeal in java Case

Oracle is seeking more than $1 billion in damages on its claims that Google illegally copied Java APIs to develop the Android smartphone operating system.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Rare Earth Minerals Producer Files Chapter 11

Molycorp, once a Wall Street star with a $4 billion market cap, ran out of cash after the rare earth bubble burst. >> Matthew Heller


GE to Sell Fleet-Financeing Units for $6.9B

Sale to Element Financial Corp. of Canada continues GE’s retreat from banking as it refocuses on its industrial roots. >> Matthew Heller


[contextly_auto_sidebar id=”jNhZUxSdEcR52Z9nwg7oQ42ranrYOyYY”]