CFOs On the Move: Week Ending August 21
The Vitamin Shoppe, Michaels, Hertz, Johnson Controls, Zebra Technologies, TriNet, Liquidia Technologies, iGPS Logistics
Johnson Controls Sells Battery Unit for $13.2B
The sale to Brookfield Business Partners "marks a significant milestone in the ongoing transformation of the Johnson Controls portfolio."
Johnson Controls Fined $14M Over China Bribes
A Chinese subsidiary of Johnson Controls bribed employees of government-owned shipyards, says the SEC.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending June 3
Sears, S&P Global, Johnson Controls, PeopleLink, W.F. Taylor, Snyder's-Lance, Lawrence Livermore Nat'l Lab, Melkior Resources, System Source, Vann's
What You Need to Know about Inversions
Inversions are on the rise, and for good reason, considering the typical tax savings. Here's a primer on the terrain if you're mulling the move.
Johnson Controls Makes Inversion Deal With Tyco
The $20 billion combination is likely to revive the "vexed political debate" over U.S. firms using inversions to reduce their taxes.
Johnson Controls Mulling Auto Parts Spinoff
Breakup of industrial parts maker would continue trend toward leanness in corporate America.
Johnson Controls Exercises Its Core
Like many other large companies, the Fortune 100 firm is shedding ancillary businesses and narrowing its focus.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Sept. 26
Johnson Controls, USA Truck, Scan Health Plan, Omnicom Group, Ventas, Itron, Rowan Cos., Kadant, GlobeOne, Garden Fresh Restaurant.
Too Much Cash?
Corporate balance sheets are swelling with cash, reaching $1.8 trillion at the end of 2012. Many accuse companies of hoarding, but there’s more to the story.
Internal-Audit Rotation Debate Simmers
Can finance executives credibly rotate into the chief audit executive role if they’re planning to go back to finance afterward? Opinions run hot within the internal-audit community.