The CFO of a group of online dating sites talks about growing in an industry fueled by people's specific (sometimes very specific) romantic preferences.
Mick Lamond, CFO of the Newport Harbor Corporation, tells how he helps the firm's highly seasonal restaurants continue to grow.
The shares of microblogging firm Twitter may not be the bargain investors are hoping for.
Wyndham Worldwide’s cash-generating business model keeps investors happy — and presents enviable challenges for CFO Thomas G. Conforti.
Intuit is integrating its software services and trying to get accountants around the world to help distribute its products. An interview with CFO Neil Williams.
A Chinese internet firm finds a better way to make money.
The CFO of the American Academy of Physician Assistants explains why the association chose a cloud-based planning, budgeting and forecasting system.
GameStop is pulling out all the stops to keep up with the evolution of the video-game industry. An Interview with Robert A. Lloyd, EVP &spamp; CFO, GameStop.
CFO Mark Poncin talks about how the boat-maker is rebuilding after the recession.
It may not set its pricing or have much control over revenue, but its CFO has plenty to do: wrangle with regulators, oversee huge capital expenditures, keep shareholders happy, issue debt and lobby in D.C.
The CFO of Dunham's Sports talks about how the growing sports retailer stays competitive with much larger chains.