CFO Daily Roundup of August 11, 2015

A collection of articles and stories published on August 11, 2015.
Kerry MarunaAugust 12, 2015

The week is halfway over, but finance never stops. From financial news to workplace solutions, CFO Publishing has you covered. Get into what’s going on with the CFO Daily Roundup…


New CFO’s Hand Seen in Google Restructuring

Google’s new focus on shareholder transparency may be largely due to CFO Ruth Porat, analysts say.

>> Matthew Heller


China’s Central Bank Devalues Yuan

China’s foreign-exchange reserves slid $300 billion over the last four quarters.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Symantec Sells Veritas For $8B

The computer security company bought Veritas, a storage software firm, in 2005 for $13.5 billion.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


The CFO’s Role in Business Transformation

The CFO of Ricoh Americas analyzes the business transformation of the company as it changes its identity from a hardware supplier to a services provider.

>> Gary Crowe


Hackers Target Finance Department of Networking Firm

Hackers duped the company, Ubiquiti Networks, into transferring money to accounts overseas.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


CFO Compensation Rises 6.7% At Large Firms

Survey finds increases in all CFO pay elements last year, with strong corporate results fueling the rise in performance-driven bonus payouts.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Budget Deficit May Be Heading to 7-Year Low

The Congressional Budget Office revises its deficit projection for fiscal 2015 to $425 billion, down from $486 billion.

>> Matthew Heller


CFO Daily Roundup of August 10, 2015

A collection of articles and stories published on August 10, 2015.

>> Kerry Maruna


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