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In case you missed them, CFO offers the week’s most-read stories.

CFOs on the Move: Week Ending June 10

IMAX, Coach, Edison Int’l, Assurant, Ruby Tuesday, DSW, Colfax, Nexteer Automotive, DeVry Education, Beam Suntory

The Era of the Well-Rounded CFO

Four major disruptive changes in the past several years have coalesced to create an environment in which CFOs can excel as strategic thinkers.

Private Firms Loving FASB Breaks on Interest-rate Swaps

But the hedge accounting alternative may give the biggest private companies an unfair edge on public company competitors.

The CFO’s Dilemma: Collaborate or Compete?

We don’t create a workplace that discourages cooperation and teamwork, do we?

Fed Leaves Benchmark Interest Rate Unchanged

With recent economic indicators mixed, a “cautious approach to adjusting monetary policy remains appropriate,” the Fed says.

Square-Off: Is Your Data More Secure in a Data Center or in the Cloud?

While cloud-storage vendors may have the most skin in the game, where a company’s data is safest depends on the situation.

Welcome to ‘Risk Accounting’

Academics have codified a new accounting technique that could revolutionize enterprise risk management.

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