Monthly Archives: October 2012

Going Public: Making the Decision

In a recent article, we talked about the pros and cons of taking a company public via an initial public offering, or IPO. The allure of an IPO can be strong, as it may represent the chance to cash in … Continue reading

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Using Debt to Replace Equity Capital in Improving Company Finances

This week’s article is by Michael K. Menerey, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC. In the business world and in everyday life, the mention of debt often carries negative connotations. However, in actuality, debt is one of the best methods of managing … Continue reading

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The Pros and Cons of Going Public

The allure of an initial public offering (or IPO) for CEOs and CFOs can be strong as going public may represent the chance to cash in on a lifetime of hard work spent building a company, or to raise a … Continue reading

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Meeting Common Family Business Challenges

There can be both tremendous rewards and tremendous challenges in running a family business. Many CEOs appreciate and value the opportunity to work closely together with family members in building an enterprise that can be passed on to future generations. … Continue reading

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The Role of Internal Controls in Fraud Prevention

In our last article, we talked about how in a sluggish economy like the one we’re now facing, companies may be at an increased risk for internal fraud and embezzlement. When times are tough, it’s easier for some employees to … Continue reading

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