The CFO Daily Roundup has everything you may have missed last week…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Tribune Media, Sprint, United Airlines, PayPal, Hallmark Cards, Brightstar, Zillow Group,Tempur Sealy, SandRidge Energy, Akorn.
>> Joan Urdang
The power and reach of America’s racketeering law make its frequent use in commercial settings a big deal for business.
Planned workforce reductions in the United States reached 105,696 in July, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
With consumers remaining conservative and wages thus stagnant, companies employ other types of pay to keep workers happy.
>> David McCann
The July jobs report may push the Federal Reserve “one step closer” to raising interest rates in September.
The online coupon company’s stock drops 6% as both its sales and profit came in below Wall Street estimates.
ValueAct Capital is the latest example of activists “moving up the corporate food chain toward larger targets” as their financial firepower increases.
A collection of CFO.com articles and stories published on August 6, 2015.
>> Kerry Maruna