CFO Week in Review

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

Banking, Tax Regs Eat Into Marijuana Profits

The legal cannabis sector is experiencing geometric revenue growth, but finance execs face formidable challenges managing the money.

Amid Stiff Challenges, Callaway CFO Calls His Job ‘Best in the World’

The golf manufacturing industry is running a gauntlet of weighty issues, but Callaway’s finance chief is all in.

Junk Bond Defaults to Rise 5.6% in Next Year

S&P says continued stress on the energy sector from the oil price slump will drive defaults, offset somewhat by a likely delay in any interest rate hikes.

Apollo Global Management Charged with Misleading Investors

The private equity firm failed to properly disclose fees and conflicts of interest to limited partners in some funds, the SEC said.

A Proposal to Empower, Not “Expert-ize,” Boards

Selecting a particular board member for their expertise in one specific technical area may dilute the board’s breadth of expertise and standing.

Special Report: Budgeting and Planning’s Changing World

Many finance chiefs are searching for ways to plan that go beyond the annual budget.

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