Finance executives who don’t have the time to dig for financial news can find everything they need here, in the CFO Daily Roundup…

 

U.S. Unveils Final Rule on Greenhouse Gases

The sweeping plan to cut carbon pollution from power plants by 32% by 2030 is certain to face a legal challenge and GOP opposition in Congress.

>> Matthew Heller

 

Major GPS Satellite Network Hackable?

A security reasearcher says the Globalstar satellite network is vulnerable to man-in-the-middle hacking.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

Free Cash Margins Show Steady, Not Spectacular, Growth

U.S. companies are throwing off cash but still investing tepidly in capital expenditures and inventory.

>> Vincent Ryan

 

Can Social Media Make Your Company More Ethical

Communicating compliance information through social media may make the message loud and clear.

>> David McCann

 

PIMCO Receives Wells Notice from the SEC

Under question is how PIMCO valued some positions in nonagency mortgage-backed securities in 2012.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

Texas Man Accused of $114M Ponzi Scheme

The accused sold one-year notes on the promise that investor monies would fund the research and development activities of various public companies.

>> Matthew Heller

 

PayPal Names John D. Rainey CFO

The former United Airlines CFO succeeds Patrick Dupuis, who served as finance chief for five years.

Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

CFOs More Bullish About U.S. Economy

Thirty-eight percent of CFOs identified health care as their biggest concern, followed by increased competition and skilled-labor shortages.

>> Matthew Heller

 

CFO Daily Roundup of August 3, 2015

A collection of CFO.com articles and stories published on August 3, 2015.

>> Kerry Maruna

 

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