Internal auditors who incorporate data analytics will reap the benefits of real-time risk management.
The IRS is taking a hard look at whether U.S. headquartered companies are bearing a disproportionate share of selling, general and administrative costs.
At software start-up Sprinklr, people are a big part of how the company keeps score and forecasts results.
A new rule for revenue recognition could raise thorny challenges for CFOs.
Final rules on two items in the FASB private-company framework — accounting for goodwill and interest-rate swaps — are due by December 31.
Companies need accurate and timely information to run their business efficiently, and retrospective reports aren’t cutting it.
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.
Employee share ownership has merit. But that does not justify further government incentives.
Companies are responding to the retirement crisis by beefing up their defined contribution plans, new research suggests.