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Rethinking Risk in Offshore Outsourcing Deals
Why CFOs should consider the risk of currency fluctuations when sending work offshore. September 2, 2009
Getting (and Giving) the Message
Internal communications may not be a CFO's top worry, but shoring them up can mitigate all manner of risks, both small and large. August 28, 2009
Back-office Outsourcing: a Buyers' Market
Companies have delayed outsourcing projects, leaving service providers waiting for the go-ahead. July 23, 2009
CFOs have to build teams and play on them. It isn't easy. May 1, 2009
"This Is the World Series for Finance."
When times get tough, finance teams get granular — and find new ways to deliver value. An interview with Al Drewes, SVP and CFO, Pepsi Bottling Group. March 1, 2009
The Cost of Auditor Independence
The line Sarbanes-Oxley drew between audit firms and their clients may have been a good idea overall, but it increased accounting risk, a new study indicates. February 12, 2009
Data-Tagging: New Push for a Global Standard
International rulemakers release a "nearly" final version of their XBRL tool, and many see it as a major step toward IFRS. January 12, 2009
Even in Hard Times, Retention's Not Easy
Think your top finance talent won't be getting better offers in a weak job market? Think again. Now is the time to redouble efforts to identify and keep them, experts say. December 18, 2008
Nobody Doesn't Like...Outsourcing?
Sara Lee joins a growing number of companies that are sending their finance work to low-cost third parties. December 11, 2008
Internal Auditors: Mission Unaccomplished?
Companies want the "compliance police" to get more involved with process improvements and enterprise risk assessment, but they may be unprepared to make the change, E&Y research suggests. December 4, 2008