How much weight should companies give to non-financial metrics like customer or employee satisfaction?
Marina company officers fail to escape responsibility for paying delinquent sales taxes.
While companies are cheering a judge's decision to quash the new DoL overtime regulations, thorny issues are in play, including the prospect of an…
Jeff Burchill, FM Global's finance chief since 1999, has seen the property insurance industry and the role of CFO mature and gain complexity.
New laws and regulations aimed at identifying cases of human trafficking within supply chains pose compliance challenges for companies.
A noted economist explains in detail why the president-elect's tax and spending proposals would have horrific consequences.
The average increase was only 2.4%, a historically low rate, according to Mercer data.
Following this week's elections, CFOs are again in the dark about the outlook for the cost, delivery, and quality of company-sponsored health care.
Many report repeated instances of being pressured to squash or alter valid audit findings.
More companies would shift income abroad under proposed tax reform, although the amounts would likely be relatively modest, new research suggests.