A function that CFOs love to complain about actually adds to the bottom line.
The optimism of U.S. finance leaders is tempered by uncertainty about economic policy and regulation, according to the latest Duke/CFO Outlook Survey.
Complexity is easy to see but hard to beat. But in a recent survey, CFOs revealed a simple-sounding solution.
Corporate investigator Bo Dietl talks about working for Jordan Belfort, and why fraud won’t go away.
Analytical models from academia and the SEC could help expose everything from poor-quality earnings to outright fraud.
Discretionary authority, economic nexus, and the taxing of services loom large in the state tax landscape.
An aging workforce is on the minds of finance chiefs in the Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey.
How CFOs of companies like Groupon and Wayfair kept explosive growth from overwhelming the business.
Finance executives have no trouble imagining how new technologies will make their companies more competitive. So why can’t they make that vision a reality?
Companies are increasingly turning to third parties to handle order fulfillment.