The more a Big Four firm pays its auditors, the fewer restatements its clients have, finds a new study.
Most young finance professionals have their eye on a career promotion or a jump to a new job within the next two years.
Fragmentation of roles leads to employees' lack of ownership and a quiet acceptance of things-as-they-are.
Purchasing department employees must spend more face-to-face time with suppliers to drive true value.
Companies claim roughly $1 billion annually via Work Opportunity Tax Credits, but not many finance executives know of the program.
The transition away from an accounting focus is profound and gaining steam: Russell Reynolds research.
A partner at a CFO services firm offers a fiery retort to those who play down the value of accounting skills for CFOs.
At present strategic ability is the priority, but history suggests accounting know-how could circle back to the fore, a CFO says.
Five takes on how accounting stacks up against other CFO competencies.
The language of finance will forever be numbers, says Workday's finance chief.