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Capital Allocation: How to Emerge From the Pandemic In a Stronger Position
CFOs have to balance unforeseen COVID-driven capital issues with the need for investment that drives long-term value creation.
How Finance Can Lead the Effort to Drive Revenue Synergies
The CFO is in a unique position to drive the other functions to aim higher on synergies and see they are realized.
Antitrust Review: Navigating the Challenges of a ‘Second Request’
When an M&A transaction is flagged for a deeper regulatory review, the buyer and seller may be faced with significant challenges.
How to Make Sure You Can Trust Your AI
Establishing trust in a company's artificial intelligence ecosystem is essential, given the potential unintended consequences of AI's continuing evolution.
Not the First Choice
For the finance chief of Zebra Technologies, robotic process automation is “just part of the toolbox.”
Special Report: The New Digital Workforce
Robotic process automation emerges from the back office to take on core finance tasks.
The Next Step in Risk Management’s Evolution
The challenge for today’s risk organization is to have an influential role without turning risk management into a “check the box” regulatory exercise.
Six Key Steps to a Successful Spinoff
From higher profits to enhanced TSR to tax benefits, a spinoff can generate great value for both the existing and spun-off companies.
CFO Offers M&A Advice: People First
Success depends on keeping both teams engaged, says Calabrio finance chief Jenny Kray, a veteran of nine M&A deals.
Strong Deal Intensity Can Backfire
The best approach to M&A in the software space is to make a number of modest-size deals that accelerate an existing strategy, according to EY research.
Why Technology Companies Should Consider Divestments
Divestment of non-core units is an effective way to streamline the business and free up capital to support growth.