With increasing pressure to improve their budgeting and planning processes, savvy finance chiefs recognize that flexibility is key
Technology investments are starting to pay off, creating urgency in management and boards to drive even more gains in operating income.
The U.S. retail chain plans to close as many as 140 brick-and-mortar locations after announcing disappointing results over the holiday season.
The iconic toy store eliminated close to 15% of corporate employee positions, or an estimated 250 jobs.
Top-performing organizations spend just one quarter of what the poorest-performing organizations spend on total process cost.
Streamlined investment decision processes clarify the judgments required to make decisions and facilitate enhanced accountability.
The Conference Board's index of leading economic indicators rose 0.5% in December, it's largest jump since April 2016.
Cybersecurity is no longer seen as a technology risk but rather as a business-critical financial risk.
Though they sound good for corporate America, CFOs need to read the fine print of the Trump administration and House of Representatives proposals.
Whether yours is a $20 million or $20 billion firm, people are depending on you to ensure that the books are not just squeaky clean, but also…