The Fruits of Digital Recurring Revenue, Tyler Sloat, CFO, Zuora

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Is your company part of the subscription economy? Join us as Tyler reveals his CFO mind-set and the how the fruits of digital recurring revenue are quickly altering how companies acquire and engage their customers.

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The Apparel CFO: Specializing Inside a Specific Sector

Podcast: Play in new window | Download What happens when a CFO becomes strongly associated with specific industry sector? Join us as Brenda reveals her CFO mind-set as well as the energetic personality that has propelled her finance leadership and advanced her into the CFO office at six different companies.

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Debate Over Plastic Bags is Stranger Than Fiction in California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Several days before this weekend’s deadline to complete their work, California legislators received a letter from what appeared to be a Latino advocacy group urging them to vote against one of the year’s most contentious bills. Familias Latinas de California denounced Senate Bill 270, which seeks to ban single-use plastic grocery bags […]

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Business Confidence Lags as Ukraine Crisis Dampens Assurance

The Munich-based Ifo think tank’s business climate index, based on a monthly survey of some 7,000 companies, fell to 106.3 from 108, undershooting the Reuters consensus forecast of 107. That was its lowest level since last July and marked the longest period of successive monthly declines in the index since the height of the eurozone […]

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Disadvantages and Advantages of Investing in Private Equity

Should I Invest in Private Equity? by David Merkel, CFA of AlephBlog One of the best things for me regarding blogging are the readers who ask me questions. When I get a set of them that are general enough, I answer them for all my readers, after stripping out identifying data. Here is the most […]

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Dutch Firm Snatches Up Architecture Firm Callison

Callison, one of the largest architecture firms in the U.S., said it will be acquired by Dutch design giant Arcadis as it seeks to tackle an increasingly hungry global market. Seattle-based Callison has 1,000 employees in 11 offices worldwide, including about 400 in Seattle. The trade publication Building Design+Construction ranked Callison as the fifth largest […]

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