CFO optimism falls as many question their companies' growth prospects and nearly all put hiring on hold.
The latest Duke/CFO survey shows CFOs' optimism about the economy declining to recession levels.
The key to moving up? It might be moving.
Signs are appearing that auditors and their clients are working out many of their Sarbox-spawned differences.
The international standards are knocking at our doors, but their convergence with GAAP is clouded with questions.
In the clear light of the post-subprime bubble, we can see how remarkably similar it was to the dot-com bubble that burst just before it.
The world of corporate finance is not known for its flexibility, but that's what has been tested lately.
What she was feeling and thinking as she took the steps that, as it turned out, would change Corporate America.
Out with the old and in with, well, all sorts of risky stuff.
There's no place like home, and no asset like cash.