BlackBerry beefs up security spending while Samsung cuts losses, what’s new with China’s economy and Ceasers Palace fined for $8 million. These articles and more in this edition of the CFO roundup…


BlackBerry Places $425M Bet on Mobile Security

The acquisition of Good Technology continues BlackBerry’s shift away from smartphones to enterprise mobile security solutions.

>> Matthew Heller


How China’s Cash Injections Add Up to Quantitative Squeezing

The latest on China’s economy.

>> Economist Staff


Nutrition Firm Charged with Not Disclosing Perks

Two former CFOs are among four executives charged along with the company.

>> Katie Kuener-Hebert


Bankrate Settles SEC’s Accounting fraud Charges for $15 Million

The online personal finance publisher’s former CFO is implicated in charges that include fabricating revenues.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Caesers Palace Fined $8M Over Compliance ‘Blind Spot’

The compliance glitch allegedly created the potential for patrons of Caesars’ private gaming salons to circumvent anti-money laundering controls.

>> Matthew Heller


Samsung to Cut Payrolls, G&A Over Slow Android Sales

The South Korean company faces a second slow year.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Reaping the Rewards of Lower Risk in DB Plans

Finance executives have been busy de-risking DB plans, and they’re happy with the results.

>> David W. Owens


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