Five top finance chiefs tell how they got where they are, and what their potential successors need to do.
For CFOs to keep their jobs, relationships are more important than profits, Korn Ferry research suggests.
New research finds that companies will pay a premium for a well-connected board.
Most internal auditors are slow to help employers prepare for major corporate “disruptions” like big regulatory changes and cyber attacks.
CFOs at companies of any size would do well to emulate these common approaches to running finance at start-up firms.
Thomas McInerney will serve as CEO of the new Altaba company while Alexi Wellman will be its finance chief.
Finance professionals need "super powers" to keep up with fast-changing business requirements, says Garrett, CFO of Adobe Systems.
Succession plans are less risky when the new finance chief is an internal hire, a top talent expert says.
Thirteen-year-old company must start making decisions with a larger-company mentality, says the new finance chief, a private equity veteran.
The think tank hires Michael Januzik, a CFO with an asset-management background.