Accounting and Finance Articles for CFOs
A collection of CFO.com articles and stories published on August 17, 2015.
GE Sheds Another Finance Asset in $9B Deal
The sale of GE's healthcare lending unit to Capital One Financial brings its announced divestitures of finance assets to about $78 billion.
IT Costs Top Worries for Financial Services Execs
Financial services firms are trying to compete with new entrants that are using new technology, survey says.
Does Gordon Gekko Still Rule on Wall Street?
Nearly seven years after the global financial crisis, "a culture of integrity has failed to take hold" on Wall Street, finds one survey.
Across industry sectors, CFO optimism is tempered by an uncertain business environment.
Time to Take Action on 401(k) Admin Fees
It's a buyer's market for 401(k) fees, but plan sponsors won't benefit unless they're proactive.
N.Y. State Regulator Fines PwC for Watering Down Report
The accounting firm's regulatory consulting unit agrees to settle accusations over a Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi report for $25 million.
One CFO, Two Companies
Two credit unions are sharing a chief financial officer, part of an effort to cut expenses and attract better talent.
Lending Where Banks Fear to Tread
Nonbank lenders and other sources of private capital will often provide financing to small and midsize companies when banks won’t.
Special Report: Fall Insurance Renewals
Property insurance gets cheaper, while workers' comp will cost you more.
When Your Big Customer Wants to Pay Late
Big businesses increasingly are making small suppliers wait longer to get paid. Here are seven strategies for pushing back.