CFO’s Daily Roundup: July 16, 2015

A collection of's articles and stories published on July 16, 2015
Kerry MarunaJuly 17, 2015

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IMF Urges Debt Relief for Greece in Split With EU

An International Monetary Fund study criticizes the latest Greek bailout, calling for measures to restructure the country’s “highly unsustainable” debt.

>> Matthew Heller


Vive La France!

How much do you know about one of the euro zone’s leading economies?

>> CFO Staff


Tight Labor, Lax Security

CFO confidence remains steady in the latest Duke/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey, but worries mount over wages and data security.

>> David W. Owens


Raring to Grow

Midsized companies want to pursue growth strategies, but finding the necessary funding can be a challenge.

>> David Owens and Chris Schmidt


Use ‘Test and Learn’ to Avoid Losing a Big Business Bet

“All-in” bets can pay massive rewards, but test and learn can get you there with a lot less risk.

>> Rafi Musher


Goldman Sachs’ Q2 Profit Tumbles

Mortgage-related litigation provisions weaken a strong quarter from investment banking and equities trading.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


EU Investigating Qualcomm for Violating Antitrust Rules

Did the maker of smartphone and tablet chipsets abuse its dominant market position?

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


The Hidden Risks of Employee Benefit Plan Audits

Failure to make sure that an employee benefit plan audit is done properly may spawn personal liability for a plan sponsor’s officers – including the CFO.

>> Adam S. Lilling


EBay Selling Enterprise Unit For $925M

EBay announces sale of money-losing business prior to split-off of PayPal.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


The Finance Executive’s Guide to Financial Planning and Budgeting

Is your forecast holding you back? Five of our most popular articles on core finance concerns.

>> Alexander Johnson


Activist Fund Seeking to Boost Macy’s Value

Starboard Value LP says Macy’s real estate is worth $21 billion, almost its entire market capitalization.

>> Matthew Heller


Treasury Launches Study of Peer-to-Peer Lending

How should ‘the financial regulatory framework evolve to support the safe growth of this industry?’ is one question the Treasury Department is asking.

>> Matthew Heller


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