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  • Zale Seeks Diamond in the Rough for CFO

    And it's very rough. After seeking Rodney Carter's resignation, the company begins search for "aggressive, innovative" chief to "help drive efficiencies and opportunities" in a harsh jewelry-sales environment. January 21, 2009

  • The Human Side of IFRS

    Learning international accounting standards early on could provide a career boost like no other. January 13, 2009

  • Straight from the Students' Mouths

    Accountants-in-training share perceptions about their education, the business world, their career prospects, and their mixed feelings about landing a job at a Big Four firm. January 9, 2009

  • S&P's Parent Hires an Ex-E&Y Watchdog

    Former audit-firm chief Ray Groves will keep tabs on the rating agency, internally and externally. He'll report to the CEO and board of McGraw-Hill, as well as to the public. January 7, 2009

  • Best of 2008: Careers

    While it was a rocky year for everyone, especially investment bankers, new career opportunities abounded. December 29, 2008

  • Winners and Losers

    Tracking the movers and shakers in the CFO job market in 2008. December 8, 2008

  • Director's Cut

    Is a downturn a good time for CFOs to consider non-executive directorships? December 8, 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

  • Bad News Bearers

    Why CFOs should learn the fine art of delivering inconvenient truths. December 1, 2008

  • Fannie Mae Taps CFO: Former Hartford Finance Chief David Johnson

    As its third finance chief in this volatile year, Johnson brings to the troubled mortgage finance company strong opinions and experience dealing with adversity. November 26, 2008

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