Despite new guidance on how to calculate the ratio, questions as to the rule's usefulness persist.
The rate of spending increase on high-tech pharmaceuticals will top 17% for a second consecutive year, a study says.
Despite efforts afoot to repeal the law, it should remain in place but be modified, many observers say.
Spending cash to achieve strategic goals beats tight cost controls at the bottom line, research suggests.
A new study offers strong evidence of a link between auditor-identified weak internal controls and subsequent fraud cases.
Few finance chiefs get a chance to be CEO, and those at midsize companies often lose out on bigger CFO jobs to divisional finance leaders at larger…
CFOs that hold directorships for others swear by the benefits, but the majority that don't serve on boards have good reasons for shying away.
Salary hikes for most groups of workers will remain at 3%, the same as in recent years, a study finds.
When whistleblowers are involved in enforcement actions, perpetrators can expect greater financial sanctions and longer prison sentences, a study…
Dallas Clement has been with the cable and media company for 27 years but feels he has the diverse experience to strategically guide the big private…