Understanding the JOBS Act
CFO answers your questions about crowdfunding, general solicitation and the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act.
Finance Chiefs Go Freelance
As demand for executives and controllers grows more slowly over the next few years, CFOs...
Accounting & Tax
Cities on the Brink
Municipal finance chiefs are fighting to keep their troubled cities solvent. Sometimes it’s a losing...
Companies need accurate and timely information to run their business efficiently, and retrospective reports aren’t cutting it.
Mobile apps are at work on the front and back ends, doing everything from handling invoices to freeing executives from the confines of the office.
To curb tax bills, CFOs should think about their companies’ foreign workers and subsidiaries before the end of 2013.
Make sure your company’s 401(k) plan enables employees to secure a healthy retirement.
With elevated status following the financial crisis, CFOs are more primed than ever to set and drive strategic direction next year.
There isn’t enough historical data to help companies keep pace with intelligent adversaries.
By factoring in the Economic Cost of Risk, CFOs can capture the ups and downs of their companies' perils.
Traditional metrics can help CFO get a firmer grasp of past or frequent events. But for future perils, risk modeling may be the way to go.
Increasingly, data modeling is enabling companies to gauge risks like terrorism and price volatility.
A successful local bank finds it no longer pays to hold on to the mortgages it issues.