A function that CFOs love to complain about actually adds to the bottom line.
Textile maker Milliken improves manufacturing productivity every year and helps other companies do the same.
Company power structures are as hierarchical as ever, young workers' assumptions notwithstanding, a Stanford professor says.
An aging workforce is on the minds of finance chiefs in the Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey.
CFO Barbara Landes shares what she's learned about managing and why she turned down (and later joined) PBS.
Revealing company fraud or misconduct to regulators first is not always the best choice — if an employee chooses to blow the whistle at all.
Employees leaving an organization can influence financial performance, and some of the reasons may not be obvious.
Could committing to sustainable business practices boost company value and profit?
A law professor at Cornell argues the opposite.
A growing number of companies are embracing sustainable business practices by becoming Certified B Corporations.
Why you shouldn’t hold both roles at once — and what to do if you have to (on an interim basis).