Can China's CFOs keep their companies from growing out of control?
How internal training programs molded one CFO.
Chinese companies are finding it relatively easy to fill finance posts under the CFO level, but at the very top, ''a talent deficit-supply still falls short of demand.''
The best hope for a foreign investor is a local CFO with a mind of her own.
Where new accounting systems mingle with old, China Southern Airlines provides an object lesson in how to turn accounting diversity to a company's advantage.
A heavy drain on taxpayers money and local banks, the Three Gorges project in China needs private funding -- and fast.