Counterintuitively, meeting financial commitments is tougher when the business is inching along than when growth is gangbusters, finance prof says.
Not very well, judging by their comments during a recent educational session.
Kristi Matus of Athenahealth is on a mission to help medical practices and hospitals recast the way care is delivered.
Maximizing profit and shareholder return 'isn't the only way to run a company,' CEO says.
Payments-industry observers say it's an idea whose time may have come.
The Supreme Court wields the power to make it happen, but be careful about what you wish for.
Its CFO describes how the in-flight WiFi company is developing technology for the near-futuristic "connected aircraft."
Brian Helwig of Netwrix came through a different path than most finance chiefs.
Critcism is leveled at the proposed reporting framework's inflexibility and naive simplicity.
It's about recognizing that customers, not product developers or service providers, are now in control of commerce.