Faced with a blizzard of regulatory changes, finance executives have grabbed their shovels. But a new survey questions whether they can dig fast enough.
To compete with Goliaths, corporate Davids need plenty of organizational flexibility.
Chinese and Indian companies are rapidly expanding their footprints on the continent. But for U.S. firms, the opportunity is tempered by uncertainty.
Following your company’s travel expenses is a trip worth taking.
CFOs are often disappointed by the results they get from their IT spending. But is the technology at fault &spamp;#8212; or their decision making?
Facing limited sources of external capital, midsize companies make financing expansion an inside job.
Companies are starting to invest in an asset that they&spamp;rsquo;ve typically viewed as a cost-cutting target in recent years: their employees.
Is there a way to improve the path to better business processes?
With so many economies pinning their growth prospects to emerging markets, the race for resources &spamp;#8212; human and otherwise &spamp;#8212; is certain to intensify.
Most CFOs expect employees &spamp;#8212; even those with traditional pension plans &spamp;#8212; to delay retirement.