Rob Gagliardi of the Tampa Bay Rays puts a priority on improved scenario planning.
Here are four fresh takes in the ceaseless debate over compensation for CEOs and CFOs.
As the enterprise performance management firm plans for an initial public offering within two years, the only growth it wants is the profitable kind.
Companies tend to be laden with bureaucracy, operate with a short-term mentality, condition managers to fear failure, and overstretch their teams, CEB…
Total shareholder return is still the leading metric for calculating long-term compensation, but companies' thinking may be starting to shift.
Companies say they'll still adhere to many ACA provisions, even if federal government policies allow them not to.
Years after going to prison, disgraced CFOs try to make something good come from their crimes by telling finance executives how they went wrong.
CFO Robynne Sisco explains the reasons the company opted, unlike all but a few others, to be an early adopter of the new revenue recognition standard.
Millions of newly uninsured could cause a spike in costs for health-care providers, who likely would pass the costs on to private payers.
And the Big 4 are ethically superior to smaller public accounting firms, new research finds.