Almost half of finance executives predict they'll have to spend more to follow the rules in 2014.
Sarah Gillman, finance chief at the Natural Resources Defense Council, talks about the challenges of her job and her commitment to improving the world.
While some of the biggest companies are looking to go on the attack against cyber criminals, others may find they can get a bigger bang out of common-sense risk management.
CFO Richard Fearon says Eaton Corp. needed to relocate from Cleveland to acquire Cooper Industries – and its $6 billion in revenue.
“You can’t just hack into someone else’s computer system and destroy their data,” one attorney says.
How much it will rise—and why.
With premiums flat for cyber coverage, corporate buyers are jumping into the market with both feet.
Observers say that corporate “vigilantism” aimed at hackers is becoming part of a new, less passive approach to risk management.
Ten percent of general counsel report that their corporations were involved in “bet-the-company” lawsuits last year.
Jim Bonsall thinks the beleaguered city’s main growth engine is a workforce unafraid of violence and unlit streets.