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Pennsylvania attorney bought shares prior to an insurance industry merger after learning about the deal from a legal assistant.
Activating a disaster recovery plan isn’t an easy decision, as United Airlines and the New York Stock Exchange discovered.
CFOs are skeptical about claims that process automation is the cure-all for excessive costs of the finance function.
While enhanced skepticism is a key argument for requiring auditor rotation, a new report suggests that what really happens is the opposite.
>> David McCann
Struggling grocer has received “stalking horse” bids for 120 stores but no bidder has been willing to assume its liabilities.
Internal probe finds profits were overstated by $1.2 billion amid a corporate culture of not going against the bosses’ wishes.
The Sikorsky deal and a “strategic review” of commercial and government businesses are part of a major reshaping of Lockheed under CEO Marillyn Hewson.
Central bank sees the Dodd-Frank mandate as a way for banks to “bear the costs that a failure would impose on others.”
IBM’s strong growth in cloud computing was offset by sharp declines in its legacy software and systems hardware businesses.
A collection of CFO.com’s articles and stories published on July 17, 2015
>> Kerry Maruna