CFO Jeffrey Bornstein shares his views on educating top young staffers, many of whom go on to stellar careers at GE and elsewhere.
Corporate fleet safety starts at the top: even members of the C-suite might not be allowed to drive on behalf of the organization.
CFOs are demanding that their finance and accounting personnel have the ability to interpret trends from big data and tell a "compelling story."
No matter what it's called, the next version of the famed operating system will have to be better at meeting the needs of business.
Granite Telecommunications makes hay with an innovative program rewarding team members for learning new Excel, Power Pivot and SQL skills.
Workers gradually become less compliant over the course of a single workday, says a new study.
Mark Buthman's 'Power of a CFO' mantra aims to instill a business-leader mindset in every team member.
Though fewer IR officers have corporate finance experience compared with five years ago, a good portion aim to be finance chief one day.
Bringing manufacturing back to the United States isn’t so simple, and CFOs must gauge the cost of such efforts.
The decrease in worker productivity is partly due to U.S. companies being stingy with the "capital" workers need to increase output.