All of yesterday’s finance and accounting articles from CFO.com right here in today’s roundup…
Calls for the U.S. to transfer control of ICANN to an international group have been fueled by Edward Snowden’s revelations of NSA spying.
As much as technology influences the CFO role today, it may define the job in five years.
Groundbreaking research suggests that when hiring accountants, companies weigh a proclivity toward “earnings management” more highly than any other trait.
>> David McCann
The new CFO of Interactive Intelligence Group will try to balance on-premises software against the priority of a cloud solution.
Despite the tame inflation trend, signs of an improving economy may keep the Fed on course to hike interest rates this year.
The St. Louis Fed’s vice president says zero interest rates, forward guidance and QE have done little to stimulate the economy.
The acquisition of the Modest mobile e-commerce platform is PayPal’s first since its split from eBay.
The SEC says a Citigroup unit failed to review thousands of transactions as part of its daily surveillance of trades.