Foreign governments are concerned over U.S. intelligence gathering and its impact on the Cloud.
GoPro CFO Kurt Amundson tells how the Cloud has helped the camera company manage rapid growth.
New information about intelligence gathering in the United States has sparked concerns about Cloud security.
CFO spoke to Craig Stack about the Cloud, and how his experience as a both a company owner and a C-Suite resident has prepared him for his present role and taught him to stay on the cutting—‘maybe even bleeding’—edge of technology.
Paul McDonald, senior executive director of Robert Half, gives us his take on how the current job market affects talent management for both CFOs and the people who work under them.
Banks are pitching credit derivatives as a source of higher yields for cash-laden companies. But as always, higher yields mean higher risks.
The board's summer project, intended to clarify some of the uncertainty surrounding the treatment of qualifying special purpose entities, has reached fruition with the issuance of three exposure drafts of revisions to FAS 140 and FAS 133.
An ambitious undertaking by the Financial Accounting Standards Board, aimed at clarifying the accounting of many employer-sponsored defined-contribution plans, is meeting with a guardedly positive reaction from the industry it would regulate.
A FASB ruling issued in the wake of the failed energy giant's implosion may be up for some fine tuning.
''The door is wide open to the handling of implementation issues'' by the new chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission.