Month: March 2020

Virus Relief Bill Targets $350bn for Small Businesses

From Cfo.com: “We are cautiously optimistic that this will provide the cash flow that small businesses needed yesterday.” The historic $2 trillion emergency relief bill approved by the U.S. Senate includes a $350 billion loan program aimed at helping small businesses weather the economic storm from the coronavirus. CNBC said the Paycheck Protection Program could be a …

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4 tough questions CFOs need to ask during the COVID-19 crisis

From CFO Daily News: You’re currently bombarded by information about COVID-19, the coronavirus pandemic gripping the world right now, much of it changing hour to hour. You’re likely bombarded by questions too — from employees, customers, your CEO. But it’s critical you as CFO also ask a few key questions to make sure your business …

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The top cybersecurity threats Finance should watch for in 2020

You know that cybersecurity threats never stop. Criminals are always finding fresh ways to snag secure information or trick your staff into wiring payments, reports CFO Daily News. What types of risks should your company be wary of this year? To answer that question, Trend Micro compiled a list of the top cybersecurity threat predictions …

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Companies Brace for Impacts to Top & Bottom Lines over Covid-19

Most companies are quickly shifting strategies as they size up COVID-19’s likely impacts on revenue and profits, PwC finds. From Cfo.com. CFOs are expecting the COVID-19 pandemic to him them where it hurts most: their top and bottom lines. In a PricewaterhouseCoopers poll of 50 U.S. and Mexico finance leaders conducted March 9-11, more than half …

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Good CFO/Bad CFO

There’s a stark contrast between an effective finance chief and an ineffective one. Here are the major differences, reports Cfo.com. Good CFOs are voracious readers, and we’ve had the pleasure of reading Ben Horowitz’s Good Product Manager/Bad Product Manager awhile ago. As an homage to Ben, we borrowed his format and applied it to the …

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Coronavirus powerpoint to calm employee nerves

The Coronavirus has businesses and employees alike on edge. This exclusive CFO Daily News PowerPoint presentation can help. Share this with Finance staffers and the rest of your workforce to help keep nerves down and productivity up.   Posted by SAIBA and IAFEI on 13 Mar 2020 About the author SAIBA and IAFEI    

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