Former JPMorgan Chase banker Paul Camp joins the cryptocurrency firm Circle Internet Financial.
As business models evolve away from a dependence on the concept of a fixed “place,” companies will have to adapt.
Sony Pictures Entertainment shut down its internal computer network last week to prevent the virus from causing further damage.
Fear of being displaced by startups is turning firms into venture capitalists.
A software merger disrupts a customer's transition to a new system, and a user-vendor relationship devolves into a lawsuit.
"Tremendous investments and experimentation," like Apple Pay, will drive fast growth in in-person payments, says Forrester.
A Computer Economics' survey predicts budgets for IT operations will grow a median of 3% in 2015, but capital budgets will be stagnant.
Banks will share cyber-attack incident information with each other through a new piece of software called Soltra Edge.
New to the job, James Schnurr suggests that a U.S. switch to global accounting rules is still not out of the question.
Finance execs say they are spending more on preventing cyber attacks, but almost a third indicate their companies are shouldering all the risk.