The steady growth of the outsourcing industry is forcing CFOs to look afresh at the entire finance value chain.
Profit-center treasuries are back, but not in the way you might think.
Why thick monthly reports to management are going the way of the five-year plan.
A chief growth officer can serve as a focal point for enhancing revenues, but promoting continuous innovation at a company is one of the toughest things to get right.
If there's one lesson from Parmalat's implosion, it's that regulatory reform can't wait any longer. Here's how banking and securities watchdogs on both sides of the Atlantic are faring.
The reaction of Europe's auto manufacturers to the sinking dollar provides an object lesson for other sectors.
As the new supremo of the U.K.'s financial watchdog, John Tiner is promising a double bonus for businesses -- less paperwork and swifter, more effective enforcement.
Even with new accounting treatments, financial systems don't allow companies to say much about their intangible assets. Finance chiefs are finding ways to address this conundrum.
With debt and equity markets closing for business, it's now time for CFOs to look closer to home for capital.
In Europe, many CFOs say annual reports are glorified marketing brochures. If they're right, why bother with them?