Many CFOs are failing to deliver mission-critical information and decision-support data to their boards of directors.
In the third-quarter Duke/CFO Outlook survey, U.S. finance chiefs bemoan the fact that good workers are hard — if not impossible — to find.
Technology is eliminating grunt work and boosting the value of financial planning and analysis.
State and city tax breaks abound, but they shouldn’t be the only consideration when locating a business.
After yet another scandal, businesses are placing more emphasis on the trustworthiness of financial institutions.
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CFOs who hold external board positions swear by the benefits, but the majority who don’t have good reasons for shying away.
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CFOs blend new and old techniques in a quest for capital budgeting solutions that allow more flexibility.