SEC Freezes Accounts of Digital Token Promoter

CFO Magazine · 14 Aug

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced fraud charges against Reginald Middleton, a self-described “financial guru,” and two entities he con

WeWork IPO Filing Reveals Massive Loss Last Year

CFO Magazine · 14 Aug

WeWork’s parent company The We Company filed to raise $1 billion in an initial public offering on Wednesday, revealing revenues of $1.54 billion and

Are CFOs Naive on Cyber Insurance Value?
Are CFOs Naive on Cyber Insurance Value?

CFO Magazine · 12 Aug

Most senior finance executives at large companies believe that cyber insurance would cover most or all of the losses their company would incur in a c

Former Brixmor Property CFO and CEO Charged with Accounting Fraud
Former Brixmor Property CFO and CEO Charged with Accounting Fraud

CFO Magazine · 2 Aug

Brixmor Property Group has agreed pay a $7 million penalty to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges against the company...

Finance, Disrupt Yourself in the Consumer and Retail Sector
Finance, Disrupt Yourself in the Consumer and Retail Sector

CFO Magazine · 23 Jul

The consumer and retail industry is facing enormous disruption on many fronts.

CFOs and the Digital Labor Revolution
CFOs and the Digital Labor Revolution

CFO Magazine · 23 Jul

As multinational companies strive to compete in an ever-changing environment, chief financial officers (CFOs) are playing an increasingly important r

Advanced Analytics and the CFO
Advanced Analytics and the CFO

CFO Magazine · 23 Jul

How should the finance function engage with new technologies and work with business partners to revolutionize enterprise performance management?

Blockchain and the Future of Finance
Blockchain and the Future of Finance

CFO Magazine · 23 Jul

A potential new world for CFOs Imagine a world with no out-of-sync ledgers.

Future of Finance: Extreme Automation
Future of Finance: Extreme Automation

CFO Magazine · 23 Jul

Disruptive technologies are the largest drivers of change in business today.

Boeing to Take $4.9B Charge for MAX Grounding

CFO Magazine · 19 Jul

Boeing is heading for the largest quarterly loss in its history due to a huge earnings hit from the grounding.

British Airways Faces Fine Over Data Breach
British Airways Faces Fine Over Data Breach

CFO Magazine · 8 Jul

The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has proposed a fine of $230 million against IAG, the owner of British Airways, over thefts of custom

Puerto Rico Reaches Deal Over $35B in Debt

CFO Magazine · 18 Jun

The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico’s Financial Oversight and Management Board, the body tasked with overseeing the restructuring in billions of dollars

Spreadsheet Risks Still Being Ignored by C-Suite: Study

CFO Magazine · 12 Jun

Companies are exposing themselves to financial and reputational risk by overlooking the vulnerabilities in spreadsheets, according to survey results

Ten States Sue to Block T-Mobile, Sprint Merger
Ten States Sue to Block T-Mobile, Sprint Merger

CFO Magazine · 12 Jun

Ten states have thrown a potential roadblock in the way of the mega-merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, arguing in an antitrust lawsuit that the $26 billi

SEC Charges Longfin CEO With Accounting Fraud
SEC Charges Longfin CEO With Accounting Fraud

CFO Magazine · 6 Jun

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has filed additional charges against the CEO of Longfin, alleging he falsified the cryptocurrency firm’s

Blackstone to Convert from a Partnership to a Corporation
Blackstone to Convert from a Partnership to a Corporation

CFO Magazine · 19 Apr

Private-equity firm Blackstone announced it is changing its corporate structure to a corporation from a publicly traded partnership, effective July 1

Fintech Lender Settles with SEC for Overstating Investor Returns

CFO Magazine · 19 Apr

The returns investors can earn from marketplace lending sometimes sound too good to be true. In the case of fintech company Prosper, they were. On Fr

Uber Revs up for Long-Awaited, $10 Billion IPO

CFO Magazine · 12 Apr

Uber set the stage for the largest initial public offering in years, releasing a prospectus that showed revenue growth in its core ride-sharing busin

Cyber Breaches Lead to Cutbacks in Dividends and R&D Spending
Cyber Breaches Lead to Cutbacks in Dividends and R&D Spending

CFO Magazine · 18 Mar

Not many institutional investors question an issuer’s approach to cybersecurity, but maybe they should. After a cyber breach, companies are likely to

Lumber Liquidators Settles Fraud Case for $33M
Lumber Liquidators Settles Fraud Case for $33M

CFO Magazine · 13 Mar

Lumber Liquidators Holdings has agreed to pay a $33 million criminal penalty to settle allegations it made fraudulent statements to investors that Ch

Is Tax Reform Spurring Companies to Use Robots?
Is Tax Reform Spurring Companies to Use Robots?

CFO Magazine · 11 Mar

More companies are finding more uses for robots, a broad trend that certainly will further expand. Many factors explain it — including a perhaps surp

Gymboree To Sell Off Brands
Gymboree To Sell Off Brands

CFO Magazine · 4 Mar

Gymboree Group is selling the rights to its Gymboree and Crazy 8 brand to The Children’s Place for $76 million. The company is also selling its high-

Lyft Gets Head Start on Uber With IPO Filing

CFO Magazine · 4 Mar

Lyft has filed paperwork for an initial public offering, promising to take investors on a ride to a transportation “revolution” but raising doubts ab

Microsoft Workers Protest U.S. Army Contract
Microsoft Workers Protest U.S. Army Contract

CFO Magazine · 25 Feb

Microsoft employees are calling for the company to cancel a contract for augmented reality technology with the U.S. Army, saying they do not wish to

Payless to File Bankruptcy, Shutter U.S. Stores
Payless to File Bankruptcy, Shutter U.S. Stores

CFO Magazine · 18 Feb

Discount footwear chain Payless Shoesource is preparing to file for bankruptcy again after failing to revive its business amid crippling debt and com

U.S. Industrial Output Declines 0.6% in January

CFO Magazine · 15 Feb

U.S. industrial production unexpectedly dipped 0.6% in January, with across-the-board weakness raising alarms that the economy has hit a “soft patch.