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Mead Johnson Nutrition Settles FCPA Charges

The infant formula maker paid health-care professionals in China to recommend its products to expectant mothers.

The Future of Finance Has Arrived

The pace with which finance functions are employing automation and advanced technologies is quickening. Rapidly. A new survey of senior finance executives by Grant Thornton and CFO Research revealed that, for just about every key finance discipline, the use of advanced technologies has increased dramatically in the past 12 months.

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>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

Health-Care Spending to Rise 6% Annually

Health care will be almost 20% of U.S. GDP by 2024, according to a group of government actuaries.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

Twitter Execs Brutally Honest After Another Losing Quarter

Twitter hasn’t reached the mass market because ‘they don’t understand why to use Twitter’ and ‘they don’t know how to use Twitter,’ said CFO Anthony Noto.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

A New Kind of Enterprise Lures Banker to CFO Post

Morgan Edwards finds new purpose and a huge potential market at ‘marketplace lender’ CommonBond.

>> David McCann

 

Don’t Overlook Data Security Issues In M&A Deals

How to assess whether your acquisition target is prepared to deal with and defend against a data breach.

>> Mary A. Chaput

 

Organizational Culture: The Payoff Is in the Blend

Culture is shrouded in myth and mystery, but as with wine, a blend of cultural varieties rather than a single vintage often creates the best result.

>> John Boudreau

 

Homeownership Rates Lowest in Nearly 40 Years

But experts think the rate is close to bottoming out.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

CFO Daily Roundup of July 28, 2015

A collection of CFO.com articles and stories published on July 28, 2015.

>> Kerry Maruna

 

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