Business Management

CFOs On the Move: Week Ending March 27

Peter Farr

Peter Farr was appointed CFO at newspaper publisher McClatchy. Farr has served as controller and main accounting officer (CAO) considering that joining the publisher in 2018 and will carry on in his job as CAO. He succeeds Elaine Lintecum who will provide as special advisor to the CEO until eventually her retirement in June. Prior to joining McClatchy, Farr held management roles in accounting at Boeing, Allianz SE, and Deloitte & Touche, and served as a Captain in the United States Maritime Corps.

Altria Group main fiscal officer William Gifford is having around for CEO Howard Willard,

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Business Training

CFOs On the Move: Week Ending March 6

Kimberly Ross

Kimberly Ross is joining office-sharing startup WeWork as finance chief. Ross, most recently chief financial officer of Baker Hughes, will start on March 16. She previously held CFO roles at Avon Products and Koninklijke Ahold, which is now Ahold Delhaize. Ross currently sits on the Board of Directors of PQ Corporation, Chubb Insurance Group, and Nestlé S.A.

Sidney Huang, CFO at Chinese e-commerce giant, will retire in September. Huang will serve as a senior consultant to the company following his retirement. Sandy Xu, currently senior vice president of and CFO of JD retail,

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Business Consultant

Fractional CFOs Provide Value to SMBs

Compared with their larger rivals, small and medium-size businesses (SMBs) have a whole host of advantages. They are nimbler, can quickly launch experiments, and can more easily build strong corporate cultures. But for all the advantages that SMBs have, they also have to cope with some weaknesses.

Some of the most glaring weaknesses are cash constraints and lack of experienced human capital. Combing these weaknesses can make it difficult to do everything from manage working capital to raising a seed or series A or B round.

Most SMB founders try to work through these challenges. They spend countless hours making

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Business Executive

The CFO’s Response to Coronavirus Uncertainty

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Projections about the spread of the virus (now at the edge of pandemic proportions), about its long-term implications on the global economy and on U.S. markets, are, in a word, uncertain. And if there’s one thing the business world hates, it’s uncertainty. (Recent stock market declines are the most tangible example of this hard and fast rule.)

Private equity, in particular, has an acute allergy to uncertainty. Due diligence, detailed market projections, investment theses — they’re all designed to strip deals of uncertainty given

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Business & Finance News

CFOs On the Move: Week Ending February 14

Eoin Tonge

Eoin Tonge will be signing up for British isles retail large Marks and Spencer in June as chief monetary officer. Tonge has been CFO of usefulness foodstuff manufacturer Greencore Group since 2016. Before his CFO job, he was the taking care of director of the grocery business enterprise and was beforehand the chief method officer at Greencore. David Surdeau, at present interim CFO, will remain with the business to assistance the changeover. Surdeau took above for CFO Humphrey Singer, who stepped down right after 18 months in the job.

Private label packaged foods business TreeHouse Foods named William

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