All the financial reporting from yesterday can be found in today’s CFO Daily Roundup…
Hackers accessed the earnings announcements of more than 100 companies and traded on the information.
The Symphony messaging service is being pitched as a way for banks to reduce compliance and enforcement concerns, says Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
SunGard’s private-equity owners finally cash in on their long-held investment, one of the signature deals of the pre-recession buyout boom.
Fleetmatics’ CFO aims to build awareness of vehicle-tracking technology within a big accessible market.
>> David McCann
The International Energy Agency says a “rebalancing” between supply and demand is under way but it will be a lengthy process.
The e-commerce giant had sales of $3.26 billion in the second quarter but the numbers suggest it is “coming back to Earth.”
The sale of GE’s healthcare lending unit to Capital One Financial brings its announced divestitures of finance assets to about $78 billion.
The retailer’s CFO says consumer spending gravitated away from apparel, home goods and other items that are core to its business.
A collection of CFO.com articles and stories published on August 11, 2015.
>> Kerry Maruna