Albertsons-Rite Aid Merger Called Off
Rite Aid shares fall amid questions about the pharmacy company's ability to compete with larger, well-capitalized rivals.
Data Is a ‘Tangible’ Asset
There are compelling reasons to start thinking deeply about how to value a company’s data assets for accounting purposes.
Duff & Phelps Expands Globally With Kroll Buy
The combined organization will offer services in valuation, corporate finance, compliance, investigations, security, and cyber solutions.
In Defense of M&A Fairness Opinions
Research disproves criticisms of fairness opinions, according to Duff & Phelps.
Cloudera IPO Comes in Below Private Valuation
The enterprise software firm would have a market cap between $2.2 billion and $2.4 billion — compared to the $4.1 billion valuation it received in 2014.
New Private-Company Stock-Based-Pay Rules: Analysis
Private firms using the current method for valuing stock-based compensation should consider using a newly allowed method instead.
Avoid These Mistakes When Planning an Exit
Among several key potential errors, the most costly may be trying to squeeze out every last dollar of valuation, a veteran technology CFO says.
Finance Roundup for Executives: May 11, 2016
Be informed, get involved, and shape the world through finance. Read CFO.com's most recent headlines and standout stories.
Twice as Many Firms Plan Asset Sales in 2016
Divestments are being used mostly to grow core businesses and invest in new products, an EY study finds.
Ocwen Fined $2M for Misstating Results
The mortgage lender was charged over its valuation of billions of dollars in mortgage servicing rights.
FASB Scraps Controversial Bank Debt Rule
Critics said the rule added confusion to banks' earnings statements and distorted their financial performance.