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Today in Finance
December 4, 2007
Commentary and Opinion
New Video from CFO.com
Wonder if your younger generation of employees is from another planet? Jay Jamrog, director of research for the Institute for Corporate Productivity, explains why you are not alone.
Deals: A Good Start on Holiday ShoppingVivendi-Activision video-game combination leads a surge of strategic buying, followed by Philips Electronics $2.75 billion bid to become the biggest lighting company in North America. December 3, 2007 KPMG Spreads the Ethics GospelA crash course in real-world ethics dilemmas, now being marketed by the Big Four firm to accounting schools, generates sizable early interest. November 29, 2007 The Many Interpreters of IFRSAfter the International Accounting Standards Board hands off its rules to companies, who ensures the consistency of their application? November 28, 2007 Narrowing the Equity GAAPFASB proposes limiting which financial instruments can be considered equity, opening the door to more liabilities on corporate balance sheets. December 3, 2007 Officers Who Conceal Backdating, BewareDelaware's Chancellor Chandler rules that any complicity in stock-option abuse, including not reporting it, could make a CFO or other executives liable. November 29, 2007 Taking Flight: GOL's Richard LarkThe former investment banker talks to CFO.com about transforming a regional start-up airline into an international carrier while juggling Sarbox, rising oil prices, and performance metrics. November 29, 2007 EU Commissioner Welcomes GAAPCharlie McCreevy wants to allow American private issuers to report financial results using U.S. GAAP by next year. November 28, 2007 Pay Down Debt, or Buy Back Shares?Six months ago Telekom Austria introduced investors to a new cash-management strategy. So far, it seems to be working. November 27, 2007 CFOs on the Move: Week Ending November 30Delta Airlines, Children's Place, Immucor, Pension Benefit Guaranty, THQ, Idearc, World Am, Moog, Amcore Financial, InfuSystem Holdings, SPS Commerce. November 29, 2007
The Golden Touch
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- Lease Accounting: Falling Rents Will Boost EBITDA
- VP of HR Faces Prison for Backdating
- Calpine Turns Its Back on $80M
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