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Stable Interest Rates: Not Everyone Sides With the Fed

Was the decision by the U.S. Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee (FOMC) to keep interest rates at a historically low 0.4% until later this year right move to make, and how will it impact business? It depends whom you ask.

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The Wells Fargo Settlement has Some Asking When CEOs are Accountable

Wells Fargo announced last week that it would pay $5 million to customers and $185 million in penalties to settle a fraud case where regulators said the bank pushed customers into fee-generating accounts they never requested.

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Brexit May Offer a Silver Lining for U.S. Bank Chiefs

The hangover for businesses created by Britain's vote to leave the European Union isn't easing for the country's banking CEOs. Although there could be some upside for their peers in other countries, including in the U.S.

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Does your CFO Need More Funding for Consultants?

As technology, security, and compliance issues become increasingly complex, more CFOs at companies of all sizes are turning to outside consultants for expertise and assistance.

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Thinking About an IPO? Here’s How to Brand it for Maximum and Enduring Value

The very act of preparing your company for an eventual IPO can materially improve operating performance and ultimate valuation of the enterprise, simply because you will have gone through the critical-thinking process necessary to differentiate your company from the inevitable competition for capital and investment interest.

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4 Questions CEOs Need to Ask Their CFO About the New Bonus Depreciation Tax Code

Tax season is behind us, but it’s never too early for businesses to plan for the future. One of the more recent changes that Congress has made to the tax code involves the accounting rules that apply to the first-year bonus depreciation of business equipment.

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