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Kerry MarunaSeptember 16, 2015

Why is General Electric planning to move 500 jobs overseas? Has the IRS’s dislike of spin-offs caused Yahoo to pay tax for Alibaba transaction? What does the U.S. Attorney’s Office say about regulators and their concern about microcap markets? The answers to these questions and more in today’s CFO roundup…

 

GE: ‘Congress Has Left Us No Choice’

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.

General Electric is moving 500 U.S. jobs overseas, mostly to Europe, because Congress failed to reauthorize the Ex-Im Bank.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

Spinoff, Interrupted: Yahoo Dealt Setback by IRS

IRS declares its dislike for spinoffs that are largely investment vehicles, suggesting Yahoo’s Alibaba transaction would not gain tax-free status.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

Beating the Workflow Blame Game

Are your accountants and their constituents pointing fingers at each other when projects stall? Take a look at your workflow systems.

>> Kevin Herring

 

The Fed: More Red Lights Than Green

The case for raising interest rates is worryingly hazy.

>> Economist Staff

 

Three Charged With Medical Firm ‘Pump-and-Dump’

The microcap markets are of increasing concern to regulators, says the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

>> Matthew Heller

 

Kellogg Forms Joint Venture in Africa

The cereal company also pays $450 million (about 15 times EBITDA) for a 50% stake in Multipro, a Nigeria-based food sales and distribution company.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert

 

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