Effective Capital Allocation: A Force Multiplier
For IAC finance chief Glenn Schiffman, a disciplined, rigorous approach to making investment decisions is the key to winning superior returns.
How to Deal With the 5 Stages of Business Distress
No matter how grim things become, it's important to face each level of distress as soon as it arises and with full transparency.
Could High-Riding Netflix Be In for a Fall?
Changes in executive pay, the departure of its CFO, and almost $30 billion of cash obligations may be warning signs for Netflix's valuation outlook.
The Explosion of Middle Market Lending Options
Midsized companies today enjoy broad access to private credit, but related challenges abound.
SEC Intensifies Focus on Non-GAAP Metrics
While the number of comment letters the commission sends to filers has waned drastically, the proportion of letters focused on non-GAAP metrics has shot up.
Report Details Ubiquity of Non-GAAP Metrics
Some findings seem to support allegations that companies are practicing "earnings management."
Performance-based Pay Enriched CFOs in 2017
On the back of stronger revenue and operating income, both finance chiefs and CEOs saw their personal incomes leap by about 10% last year.
Are Buyers Fudging the Synergies of M&A Deals?
Although acquisitions frequently fail, acquiring companies are ballyhooing their financial benefits as transaction prices steadily rise.
Media Power IAC Paints Picture of Proactive IR
CFO Glenn Schiffman's top priority is tirelessly explaining IAC's complex structure and strategy to investors and analysts.
How Will Tax Reform Affect the Cost of Capital?
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will boost the cost of capital even as it hikes net cash flows.
New Tax Law Raises Exec Comp Questions
Performance-based incentive pay programs may be significantly affected by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.