Hardesty Experts Discuss M&A and other Business Issues

The Price of Business http://www.priceofbusiness.com/dan-corredor-hardesty-experts-eager-to-talk-about-m-a-or-other-significant-issues-facing-businesses-today/ Dan Corredor -Hardesty experts eager to talk about M & A or other significant issues facing businesses today. Kevin Price, Host of the Price of Business on Business Talk 1110 AM KTEK (on Bloomberg’s home in Houston) recently interviewed Dan Corredor.About the interviewee Dan Corredor is the managing partner for the Houston… Continue reading

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5 Major Concerns CFOs Have About Healthcare Reform

According to a recent survey by Bank of America, CFOs are increasingly optimistic in almost every area except one: healthcare costs. Most CFOs are ready to comply with the Affordable Care Act, but the residual effects of healthcare reform heavily affect day-to-day business management. The Hardesty Healthcare Practice has identified five major concerns that CFOs… Continue reading

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CFO Perspective: Fiscally Sound Interoperability

Executive Insight http://healthcare-executive-insight.advanceweb.com/ebook/magazine.aspx?EBK=XI020314#page=32   The importance of medical device interoperability for streamlining healthcare delivery and coordination is explored By Henry Kotula Almost 20 years ago, before the Internet, the Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) held a conference to discuss the future of healthcare information technology. The group of physicians, technologists, visionaries, engineers and entrepreneurs… Continue reading

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Hardesty Expands its Practice Offering

To better serve the needs of our existing and new clients in Southern California, Hardesty has expanded its practice offerings to provide a wider array of financial services and experienced financial professionals to companies in the region. Already known for providing interim CFOs, executive recruiting and special projects, Hardesty will add new functions such as… Continue reading

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Quick Tip: Working Capital

CASH IS KING! Net working capital is the lifeblood of your firm. When margins are high and the company is generating surplus cash, managers often fail to monitor net working capital.  Your net working capital consists of: Current Assets: Cash, accounts receivable, inventory, and other liquid assets; and Current Liabilities: Accounts payable, payroll and tax liabilities, short… Continue reading

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