What is your extra cash good for?

04/16/2012 | Harvard Business Review online

Bruce Nolop lays out the arguments for and against stockpiling cash on corporate balance sheets. Having cash on hand allows for flexibility, but it can also reduce shareholder returns. Companies should be on the lookout for opportunities to use cash to grow and should communicate with investors about how the funds are being used. One option is to invest spare cash in indexed equities to generate some returns on behalf of investors, Nolop writes.

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