Catch up on last week’s accounting and finance with CFO’s roundup from August 21…

 

CFOs on the Move: Week Ending August 24

Move, SeaWorld, Omnicell, Allied Motion Technologies, Centene, Bristow, Viavi Solutions, Platform Specialty Products, MicroStrategy, Goodrich Petroleum.

>> Joan Urdang

 

HP Earnings Signal Challenges Ahead of Breakup

PC revenues fell 13% and printer revenue was down 9% in the second quarter.

>> Matthew Heller

 

The Sparsely Populated Path from Medical Degree to CFO

Leland Gershell, CFO at Tonix Pharmaceuticals, has an M.D. and a PhD., and spent eight years as a life sciences stock analyst. Now, it all comes together.

>> David McCann

 

‘Boomerang’ Auditors Make Better Fraud Detectives, Experiment Shows

Auditors who spend time as CFOs and then return to public accounting are likely to do a better job of catching earnings cheaters.

>> David M. Katz

 

Intuit to Sell Pioneering Quicken Program

The financial software is also divesting QuickBase and Demandforce so it can focus on its tax preparation products.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

Gap Profit Falls Amid Revamp of Flagship Brand

The retailer’s new CEO is still confident his strategy to fix the Gap stores will improve financial performance.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

Ex-Bank Exec Gets 30 Months for TARP Fraud

Charles Antonucci was convicted of misleading regulators about Park Avenue Bank’s capitalization to obtain $11 million in government bailout funds.

>> Matthew Heller

 

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