This edition of the CFO roundup includes how HP is saving billions by cutting their workforce, how corporate insiders made the right move by trading around an 8-K disclosure, and the beginnings of a possible trend in disinflation. All this and more right here in the CFO roundup…
The company expects to save about $2.7 billion, mostly by cutting jobs in the HP Enterprise business.
Corporate insiders earn significant profits trading around the time of an 8-K disclosure, says a new study.
It only takes one employee clicking on the wrong link to give away the keys to the kingdom.
The agency has “significant concerns” that companies may be disguising taxable transactions as spinoffs to avoid paying taxes.
Global Maritime Investments has filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy due to decade-low charter rates for its ships.
A merger of the two companies would create a brewing behemoth but could face antitrust hurdles in the U.S.
Nearly half of CFOs and others who responded to an AICPA survey said competition for good candidates has increased.
The Consumer Price Index falls 0.1% in August, highlighting the interest-rate dilemma facing the Federal Reserve.
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