Xerox Copies HP With Split Into Two Companies
The breakup marks the end of Xerox's attempt to marry services for government agencies and corporations with its copiers and printers.
Xerox Reviewing ‘Options’ — But Not Sale
The company's stock has not benefited from earlier restructuring efforts, losing more than a quarter of its value this year.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Oct. 9
Xerox, TheStreet, J.G. Wentworth, VASCO Data Security, Allscripts, Infinity Property and Casualty, Bridgeport Education, Farmer Bros., Vereit, Accuray
Controller Was Apple CFO’s Successor All Along
The tech giant's corporate controller, Luca Maestri, will take over the CFO role later this year from Peter Oppenheimer.
Managing Confidential Data: The Best Defense
Most organizations are aware they are vulnerable to a data breach, but following steps to prevent it from occurring is key.
A New Private Health Exchange, with a Twist
Buck Consultants jumps into the game with an exchange for which insurance carriers compete in each geographic area to be the sole provider there.
Why Strategy Plays Second Fiddle for Finance Chiefs
Yes, CFOs are getting more strategic, but for many, it’s not yet close to the core of the job.