An aging workforce is on the minds of finance chiefs in the Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey.
Everybody seems excited about the potential of huge datasets to turbo-charge their businesses. But do companies have the talent they’ll need?
A divisional CFO at NYSE Euronext moves down in company size but eyes a giant growth opportunity.
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Why you shouldn’t hold both roles at once — and what to do if you have to (on an interim basis).
Errol Olsen leverages years of experience as a finance chief to gain an edge in his new, higher role.
The CFO of the music publishing company that represents the catalogs for MIA, Daft Punk, and Pink Floyd talks about transitioning to an independent firm.
Glassdoor.com's new finance chief describes how the company built a business around user-contributed reviews of employers.
The CFO of a regional news network talks about being the only non-family member working for a family-run business.
The CFO of Mercedes-Benz USA explains why it's so hard to satisfy consumer tastes in the luxury goods industry.
Mark Lambert, one-time CFO of a Yahoo! business unit, finds his niche at start-ups that need finance chiefs who can turn on a dime.