To curb tax bills, CFOs should think about their companies’ foreign workers and subsidiaries before the end of 2013.
Increasingly, data modeling is enabling companies to gauge risks like terrorism and price volatility.
The need to stay ahead or on pace with the competition is driving most companies to go global. But the journey can be bumpy, say CFOs.
Companies are slowly converting check payments into wire-transfer, ACH-debit and purchasing-card transactions.
The only luxury goods brand in the Consensiv 50, Hermès earns its reputation with a tight focus on management and operational controls.
Neil Wessan, group head of CIT Capital Markets, explains how the financing giant is staying disciplined in its underwriting.
Online lenders with access to reams of e-commerce data are using it to provide working capital to some small and midsize borrowers.
Dispensing with the traditional hands-off role in supply-chain operations, CFOs should become business partners with supply-chain leaders, EY says.
Owned by Berkshire Hathaway, Brooks Sports is delving deep into its supply chain to find out if the tin in its zippers comes from the Congo.
A temporary solution to the budget battle may not be enough to reverse the ill effects of the federal government shutdown, say finance chiefs.
Chinese and Indian companies are rapidly expanding their footprints on the continent. But for U.S. firms, the opportunity is tempered by uncertainty.