Everything Finance in the Daily Roundup…
LinkedIn’s losses are mounting due its aggressive growth spurt, occurring both internally and through acquisitions.
Make spreadsheets look better with cell styles.
>> Bill Jelen
With demand from China slowing and a supply glut continuing, prospects of a price rebound in the second half of 2015 have “evaporated.”
Philip Kueber allegedly hid his control of a company whose market value soared to more than $6 billion before regulators suspended trading.
A London judge gives Tom Hayes a stiffer-than-expected sentence to “to send a signal” to the banking industry.
Two-year investigation finds that Promontory “exhibited a lack of independent judgment” in assessing allegations against a U.K.-based bank.
Sales at U.S. stores open at least a year fell 10.6% in the second quarter to date as Sears tries to execute its turnaround strategy.
A collection of CFO.com articles and stories published on July 31, 2015
>> Kerry Maruna