CFO’s Daily Roundup: June 9, 2015

A collection of's articles and stories published on June 9, 2015
Kerry MarunaJune 9, 2015

Get informed with CFO’s articles and stories from June 9, 2015…


Barely Working

The availability of cheap debt has reduced companies’ incentive to improve working capital management. >> Edward Teach


Help Wanted: IPO – Savvy CFO

s that too much to ask for? These days, it may be. >> David McCann


Balancing Acts

In a new CFO survey, finance chiefs talk about the challenges they face in finding equilibrium between their jobs and their personal lives. >> Chris Schmidt


A Tale of Two Economies

The issue of sales tax collection divides brick-and-mortar companies from online vendors. >> David M. Katz


A Growing Priority

Finance executives around the world plan to spend more on growth strategies this year.

>> David Owens and Chris Schmidt, Contributors


Know Your SEC

How much knowledge do you have about the 80-year-old federal securities watchdog?

>> CFO Staff


What You Must Know to Talk about a Data Breach

You don’t have to know the technical details, but it’s important to grasp big-picture issues so you can discuss them with key stakeholders. >> Kate Fazzini


Congress Mulls Tax Breaks For Income On Intellectual Property

The breaks for intellectual property income could come in the form of tax regimes called “patent boxes.” >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


HSBC to Slash Up to 25,00 Jobs, Sell Units in Turkey, Brazil

Moves accompanied by plans to ratchet up presence in Asia. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


G7 to Clamp Down on Tax Avoidance Via Transfer Pricing

Multinational firms said to be ‘cheating’ African countries out of billions of dollars that could be used for health care and education. >> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


CPAs Cite Hiring, Retention as Most Pressing Issue

All but the smallest accounting firms are tightly focused on finding and keeping talent.

>> Matthew Heller




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