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    Allstate alum joins Farmers Insurance as CFO

    Farmers is one of many insurers who stepped back from providing services to certain states in the face of increasing environmental risks in 2023.

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    Old National puts CFO on leave after child molestation charges

    The Evansville, Indiana-based bank named its chief strategy officer as interim CFO on Monday after Brendon Falconer was arrested last week.

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    AT&T hit with proposed class action suit over massive data breach

    The breach was a “direct result” of AT&T’s failure to implement adequate cybersecurity procedures, the suit alleges.

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    Fixing the broken state of SaaS purchasing

    A “growth-at-all-costs” mentality has led some SaaS companies to overpromise results and obscure pricing details, writes Olive Technologies CEO Chris Heard.

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    Microsoft decouples Teams from 365 globally

    The move comes eight months after the software giant unbundled the two solutions in the European Economic Area and Switzerland to quell regulatory concerns.

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    Tupperware flags accounting strains in late 10-K notice

    The late notice comes roughly five months after Tupperware said its former independent auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers declined to be re-appointed. 

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    IPO market strengthens as economy defies recession forecasts: EY

    Investor enthusiasm for artificial intelligence may spur companies to go public in coming months, EY said.

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    Ex-construction CFO pleads guilty to wire fraud stemming from $890K embezzlement scheme

    The former CFO is required to pay restitution of $890,000 in addition to other penalties and may also face time in prison.

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    Inflation ‘bursts’ may exceed Fed’s 2% target due to public debt: Brookings

    Policymakers face several inflationary forces, including rising spending on defense and aging populations, economists said in a Brookings paper.

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    FASB fine-tunes proposed expense disclosure rule

    The proposed accounting standards update is one of several initiatives that have been a priority for FASB under the general theme of disaggregation.

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    UnitedHealth, Hilton Grand Vacations elevate CFOs to dual president roles

    Taking on new sales or marketing responsibilities through the addition of such roles offers critical learning opportunities for CFOs aspiring to the CEO chair, Cowen Partners’ Shawn Cole says.

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    CFOs trim hiring while adopting automation: Fed survey

    The rising use of robots, artificial intelligence and other automation aligns with signs in recent months that the labor market is cooling.

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    FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried gets 25 years in prison

    The sentence was handed down Thursday, nearly five months after crypto’s former golden boy was found guilty on seven counts of fraud and conspiracy.

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    Startup looking to disrupt ERP market with AI raises $9.2M

    New York-based Nominal said its funding round included participation from executives at Salesforce, ServiceNow and Intel.

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    Ford CFO: Bridge collapse will likely ‘lengthen’ supply chain

    The automaker will have to divert parts to other ports along the East Coast or elsewhere in the U.S., Ford’s finance chief said Tuesday.

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    Chip costs weigh on AI ROI

    AI-driven efficiency gains will likely propel ongoing investments. The cost implications for CFOs are just coming to light.

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    Mock earnings helped prep for IPO, Cava CFO says

    The restaurant chain’s blockbuster 2023 initial public offering was seen by some as a promising sign for the lackluster IPO market.

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    GameStop’s interim CFO gets permanent seat

    The appointment comes after significant churn in the position and as the company looks to turn around slumping sales.

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    SEC fines Arista Networks founder Bechtolsheim $1M for insider trading

    Andreas “Andy” Bechtolsheim, who resigned as Arista chairman in December, allegedly arranged put options contracts for a relative based on non-public information about an imminent deal.

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    Interim ADM CFO gets $35K monthly pay boost

    Embattled Archer Daniels Midland also gave interim finance chief Ismael Roig restricted stock valued at $1 million that will fully vest in March of next year.

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    Open Lending taps CFO for interim CEO, COO

    Open Lending is leaning on its CFO of four years to position it for growth as it prepares for the “inevitable” recovery of the auto lending industry.   

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    AI scales up fraud controls, but humans still vital

    AI analytics technology is turbocharging anti-fraud measures through its ability to process oceans of financial data.

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    Business execs gear up for ‘next phase’ of GenAI

    Firms that have tested GenAI in pilots are now aiming for larger-scale investments while proceeding with caution, according to KPMG.

  • A sign is posted on the exterior of Zoom headquarters on February 07, 2023 in San Jose, California.
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    Zoom launches AI collaboration hub, brings automation to the fore

    Zoom One bundles will rebrand to Zoom Workplace bundles for new and existing customers following a public release in April and May.

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    Tax-free M&A comes in crosshairs of bipartisan Senate legislation

    An effort to scuttle deal-making tax exemptions coincides with signs of life in M&A after a severe slump last year.