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Deal-maker of the decade: Andy Halford 05 March, 2014 Vodafone’s recent $130 billion divestiture of its stake in Verizon Wireless is the third-largest corporate transaction ever. At Finance Director Europe’s latest Breakfast Briefing,...

Outcomes over outputs: embracing integrated reporting 29 November, 2013 Public sentiment towards big business has suffered in the aftermath of the financial crisis. However, as the economic recovery starts to take hold in the UK, the US and parts of Europe,...

Britain is open for business: Lord Stephen Green 29 November, 2013 The UK is making significant changes to its business regulation, immigration and infrastructure in order to provide a warmer welcome to international investors. Here, Lord Stephen Green,...

Two heads are better than one: MSD's fleet management strategy 29 November, 2013 Strategic decisions about fleet management usually rest with one person, but at pharmaceutical company Merck Sharp & Dohme a different model prevails. The two people leading the firm’s EMEA...

FDE breakfast briefing: sustainable and effective business models 29 November, 2013 Having interviewed Rolf-Dieter Schwalb prior to the Q4 Finance Director Europe breakfast briefing in Amsterdam regarding sustainable and effective business models, Steve Dunkerley gleaned...

Taking the reins: installing a new CFO 29 November, 2013 Installing a new CFO is not always an easy task, especially in a large organisation with a strong market position to protect. Jim Banks spoke to Nik Jhangiani, the recently installed CFO...

Ear to the ground: the CFO's transferable skills 29 November, 2013 In some senior executive roles, in-depth knowledge of a specific industry can be a great boon, but when it comes to the head of the finance function, skills can be successfully transferred...

Siemens' new era in flexible mobility 29 November, 2013 Already committed to teleworking, engineering and electronics company Siemens is again looking to improve its employees’ work-life balance with a novel approach to mobility. Jim Banks talks to...

Protecting the future: BAT wages war on illicit trade 31 May, 2013 On the front line, the tobacco industry is waging war on illicit trade, while catering for growing consumer demand for alternatives to traditional combustibles. Meanwhile, behind the scenes...

Drive for change: the Bayer climate programme 31 May, 2013 There are arguably few companies better placed than Bayer to benefit from the drive to combat climate change with CO2 emission reduction, as Achim Ilzhöfer, the manager for the Bayer...

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