CFOs feel the pressure from activists, Fujifilm reports big loss from accounting irregularities, and predicting Uber’s next move.
When Activists Enter the Kitchen, the CFOs Feel the Heat
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Activists investors’ campaigns often start with the CEO, but pressure is mounting on finance chiefs as they become more vital.
Fujifilm Flags Bigger Hit From Improper Accounting at Overseas Units
The digital camera and photocopier maker said it would have to knock 37.5 billion yen ($341 million) off six years' worth of net profit, rather than the 22 billion yen flagged in April.
Why It'll Be Hard for Uber to Fire CEO Travis Kalanick, No Matter How Bad Things Get
Since the start of the year, Uber has been rocked by a dizzying array of controversies, any one of which should be enough to put its CEO’s future in jeopardy.
Trump Likely to Get GOP Senators' Revised Health Care Draft Today
McConnell and some members of the working group will present the new health care proposal to the president in a draft form to seek his opinion on certain aspects and to make changes as necessary.
How Do I Avoid Being Pigeonholed?
You’re stuck on your career path, possibly boxed in by your own success, and there’s no obvious next step for you. You may have been pigeonholed.