Startups are doing wonders for the cloud, unfortunately they may not last long themselves. China’s private sector credit has the S&P concerned for 2016. And, has Volkswagen been using software to cheat on their emissions testing? All this and much more in today’s CFO roundup…
The telecom firm says its shareholders rights plan is not an anti-takeover defense but will preserve net operating loss carryforwards.
De Joya Griffith and M&K CPAS were accused of defectively auditing the financial statements of purported mining companies.
A flock of startups is making cloud computing faster and more flexible, but most of them will not survive.
With investors and potential acquirers focused on the protection of sensitive data and with brand equity at risk, finance chiefs can’t afford to sit idle.
The ratings agency is concerned that private-sector credit in China could exceed 150% of gross domestic product by the end of 2016.
The agency says software installed in nearly half a million diesel cars enabled them to pass emission standards.
The dip in existing-home sales after three straight months of gains reflects inventory levels that were 1.7% lower than a year ago.
2015 is on course to tie for the fifth-lowest number of class action filings in the past 19 years, a new report says.
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