In Asia, CFOs recruited by family-run businesses are often on the outside looking in.
Europe and Asia agree: Credit is hard to come by and there is little relief in sight.
Seven things CFOs should think about as they move to save their company's net margins.
Scandal-ridden computer-services outsourcer, now turning to KPMG and Deloitte for restatement help, will find it nearly impossible to borrow more until financial results get a clean bill of health.
Giant list of global clients turns to assessing damage. Satyam auditor PwC will be involved in the internal self-evaluation, although its role, too, is under review.
In this region, many CFOs have learned valuable lessons about how to survive in a crisis.
To thrive in Asia, headquarters needs to understand the financial conditions on the ground.
After a long career at GM, Li's missions in her new job are to sustain sizzling growth at the Internet search firm, and to wear a lot of hats.
The region is in for a bumpy ride, and high oil prices are only partly to blame.
How to work better with headquarters.