A great way to spark interest in your company, to bring change and ignite stocks, is by changing the CFO. A new CFO will bring attention and can please shareholders, and many dominant companies in America have recently used this tactic. Newell Rubbermaid Inc. has named interim CFO John Stipancich as the permanent person for the job, and David Oaks has received the CFO title at DDR Corp. At the mail distributing company Pitney Bowes Inc., the CFO Michael Monahan has also been given the title of chief operating officer, which came with a hefty pay raise.
If you think it’s time for a change and you could benefit from some new blood at the top of the company, you can find a CFO service that has qualified applicants. Find the person who has what it takes to improve your company at Goodaccountants.com, and be the next company to reap the benefits of the shakeup.