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.
Is a Higher Valuation Multiple Always Better?
They're great for investment bankers and sellers, but lower valuation multiples are associated with greater shareholder return.
Partnering with a New CEO to Boost Shareholder Returns
The CFO and the finance team have the skills to help the CEO understand and interpret residual cash earnings signals.
Revenue Recognition: The Clock Is Ticking
The new revenue recognition standard has implications that extend far beyond accounting.
Non-GAAP metrics help tell the story of a company’s performance. But is their increasing prevalence rendering the official earnings numbers less relevant?
In Tech, One Measure Rises Above the Rest
Residual Cash Earnings is the only measure you'll need if you want to know how well both publicly and privately owned technology companies are doing.
Searching for Yield
Amid low interest rates and money market reforms, companies seek better returns on their cash.
Uncovering Cash and Insights from Working Capital
Companies that improve the performance of their working capital can generate cash and see benefits far beyond the finance department.