Are short-term restricted stock compensation programs missing the mark?
Companies are allocating more of their payroll budgets to compensation vehicles that don't add fixed, ongoing costs.
Survey finds increases in all CFO pay elements last year, with strong corporate results fueling the rise in performance-driven bonus payouts.
With consumers remaining conservative and wages thus stagnant, companies employ other types of pay to keep workers happy.
The final rule for the Dodd-Frank-mandated disclosure disappoints its opponents and some proponents alike.
The U.S. employment cost index rose just 0.2% in the second quarter, the smallest increase in 33 years.
Large increases in the minimum wage could have severe long-term effects.
CFOs are skeptical about claims that process automation is the cure-all for excessive costs of the finance function.
The SEC’s proposed disclosure rules have drawn criticism from proponents and opponents alike.
Finance chiefs got higher-percentage raises in 2014, yet fell further behind on a raw-dollar basis.