Among six traits that leading finance chiefs have in common, the ability to be a collaborative company-wide stands out.
While millions would become uninsured if the bill became law, group health plans would mostly benefit, observers say.
The biggest outlier was health-plan provider Centene, whose fees soared by more than 200% in 2016.
Proofpoint, aiming to double in size within three years, leverages innovation and luck on the way there, its finance chief says.
Jewelry company Betteridge had a dysfunctional finance operation and declining business results, but its owner had his sights on an ambitious goal.
As automation inevitably takes over technical tax work, tax professionals will be challenged to develop new skills in order to provide business value.
Consumer-directed health plans may not become as ubiquitous as once thought, survey results suggest.
Uber, Eli Lilly, Occidental Petroleum, Dunkin' Brands, Cloudflare, American Express Business Travel, Neiman Marcus, Proterra, Knoll, Tivity Health
Participants and the CFOs who send them to the program express passion for the development of future finance leaders.
Five top finance chiefs tell how they got where they are, and what their potential successors need to do.