When a company is put up for sale, it creates a uniquely challenging situation for CFOs and other senior executives.
An aging workforce and new technology will create winners and losers among CPA firms and in other professional services fields.
Ironwood’s Tom Graney tries to focus investors on the firm’s pipeline rather than its revenue.
The growth rate of 16.1% for the six months through March is low only when compared to the previous half-year period's 21.6% rate.
Proofpoint, aiming to double in size within three years, leverages innovation and luck on the way there, its finance chief says.
The assets left over after the the Verizon Communications purchase are now part of a holding company called ‘Altaba.’
The initial public offering of the meal-kit company is expected to be much larger than previously reported.
In a Proformative discussion, a CFO asks if he should leave his current position for a controllership at a larger firm.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s ruling on hedge accounting has something for every company that uses derivatives, an EY executive says.
The company plans to focus on custom products in key international cities.