Corporate Finance

Accounting and Finance Articles for CFOs

A compilation of's articles from August 31, 2015
Kerry MarunaSeptember 1, 2015

Stock compensation programs, CFO salaries, vacancies in the SEC and a slide in oil prices. All these stories and more in the CFO roundup of August 31, 2015…


Total Shareholder Return: How Long Is Long Enough?

A Better Way to Do Ecommerce

A Better Way to Do Ecommerce

Learn how Precision Medical leveraged OneWorld to cut the cost of billing in half and added $2.5M in annual revenue.

Are short-term restricted stock compensation programs missing the mark?

>> Eric Hosken and Takis Makridis, Contributors


Paid in Full

How and how much are CFOs getting paid?

>> CFO Staff


Consider the Alternatives

When banks won’t provide the short-term credit that small businesses need, alternative lenders will — at a price.

>> Edward Teach


Moving from CFO to CEO: A Half Brainer

Finance chiefs who want to step up must develop the right side of the noggin, says one who made the move.

>> David McCann


Key Financial Oversight Jobs Remain Unfilled

About a dozen key spots are vacant at the SEC and other regulatory agencies amid nominee gridlock in Congress.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Carlyle Group Buys Candle Maker for $98M

The acquisition of family-controlled Blyth adds to investment firm Carlyle’s middle-market portfolio.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


More Accounting Woes Delay Toshiba Results

New CEO Masashi Muromachi says he will consider resigning if the new Sept. 7 reporting deadline is not met.

>> Matthew Heller


Moody’s Questions Ky. City’s Bankruptcy Filing

Rating service says Hillview could pay off an $11.4 million legal judgment by issuing bonds and increasing taxes.

>> Matthew Heller


U.S. Oil Lower Than Previous Estimate

New data from the Energy Information Administration confirm production has taken a hit from the slide in oil prices.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


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