China’s consumption of key base metals may be a risk for the U.S. industry, venture capital investments are once again reaching high levels, Duke University releases its CFO Global Business Outlook Survey and possible Chapter 11 bankruptcy for this coal company. all these stories and more in today’s CFO roundup…
Demand for the Small Business Administration’s popular 7(a) loans reaches an all-time high.
>> Edward Teach
China accounted for about half of global consumption of key base metals in 2014, suggesting significant risk for the industry, says Moody’s.
CFOs are eager to upgrade financial planning and analysis into a value-generating activity, suitable for today’s fast-moving economy.
Corporate venture capital investments are reaching levels not seen since the dot-com era.
>> Ed Zwirn
John Graham of Duke University gives the results of the latest Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey.
>> CFO Staff
Deloitte expects stagnant wages to slow sales growth but sees no marked impact from stock market volatility.
The SEC says R.T. Jones exposed its web server to a cyber attack, compromising the personal data of clients.
Data from FiREapps suggest North American multinationals are struggling to adapt to global currency shifts.
The retailer has settled SEC charges its internal accounting controls failed to ensure proper inventory valuations of items subject to price markdowns.
Arch Coal may have to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy unless bondholders approve a debt swap.
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