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How To Use Your “New” CFO

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The CFO's role is being redefined in a way that is beyond helpful to CEOs. CFOs now stepping in when the CEO can't and talking to investors, preparing strategy reviews, negotiating mergers and working directly with division managers to cut costs. When times get tough, finance chiefs step up.

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Finding Funding

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Without easy access to bank credit lines, CEOs of companies that were not already well-capitalized must get resourceful to find the necessary cash to operate. While access to capital isn't exactly quick and easy, there are a number of ways for solid mid-size companies to ease cash flow even in the current financial freeze.

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Financing in a Financially Unfriendly world

In less than six months, Wall Street saw six top-tier banks and financial institutions perish or merge and the consolidation of several more. While credit markets show some easing since the height of the squeeze, it is clear that all but very large companies face continued uncertainties, liquidity problems and access to capital with amenable terms.“It’s tough out there for ...

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The Significance of Marketing in Challenging Times

While most of the companies are busy cutting cost and downsizing budgets owing to the current economic crisis, industry pundits are of the opinion that it is not only essential to hold on to the existing marketing budget allocations, but also bolster them to extract maximum out of the opportunities triggered by the onset of recession.’   “Don’t cut that ...

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The Private M&A

Limited research has not yet suitably explained why private companies would sell under disadvantageous terms. Among existing empirical studies, some fail to provide adequate support to explain the phenomenon, while others suggest there is more to the problem.

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