Campaign fundraising/spending gets into the millions for Democratic candidates. Clinton and Sanders have spent nearly 90% of their funds raised in the third quarter. On the Republican side, Ben Carson raised $20.7 million and spent $14.2 million on fundraising costs and other fees. More on the story below, or click here.
CFOs who aren’t feeding their cyber risk budgets may be fostering weak security programs. If the IT safety employees are reporting to the CIO, who in turn reports to the CFO, security threats may not be reaching the finance chief’s ear. CFOs who are prone to put a hold on any project may miss important details about their company’s cyber security situation. Get the facts in the link below, or click here.
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The fiscal 2015 shortfall represents only 2.5% of the economy, reflecting increased collection of taxes and higher corporate profits.
The Democratic leader for the White House and the GOP’s Bush have both spent nearly 90% of what they raised in the third quarter.
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