This CFO roundup has stories involving fraud, quarterly losses, lawsuits and Bob Evans. Bad luck and breakfast is what it sounds like, yet it all revolves around accounting and finance. Enjoy yesterday’s stories all in one place, the CFO daily roundup…
An activist investor presses the restaurant company into a sale-leaseback transaction.
The job growth fell short of economists’ expectations but remains strong except in the energy industry.
The $1 billion suit intensifies a legal battle that has followed Haggen’s acquisition of 146 Albertsons stores.
The number of budget iterations affects budgeting, planning, and forecasting.
The truck and engine maker also says the SEC may be close to bringing an enforcement action over a disclosure issue.
FDIC data show a 7.3% increase in aggregate net income, with 58.7% of insured institutions reporting year-over-year growth.
Regulator says Ebrahim Shabudin was so “fixated” on protecting United Commercial Bank’s reputation that he hid millions of dollars in losses.