CFO’s Daily Roundup of every article published on August 17, 2015…
Analysts say the commodity supplier needs to cut net debt by almost half to $16 billion by the end of next year to retain its credit rating.
Corporate America’s tax-driven exodus continues.
John Mulligan moves into the newly created chief operating officer position and will be replaced as CFO by Cathy R. Smith.
The downfall of Samson Resources will wipe out the $4.1 billion in cash that private-equity firms led by KKR invested in the oil and gas producer.
The SEC alleged two Citigroup affiliates duped investors by claiming that hedge funds were safe, low-risk, and “bond substitutes.”
Moody’s survey shows the largest global banks are beefing up their risk governance practices to comply with tougher international standards.
A Wisconsin judge rules Kohl’s didn’t prove that Janet Schalk’s move to Hudson’s Bay posed a direct competitive threat.