Do Companies Get Their Money’s Worth from ‘Wellness’?
Many companies plan to continue or expand financial incentives over the next three to five years; however, the effects of such programs are largely unknown.
How to Predict Which Employees Will Leave
Increasingly advanced predictive algorithms take into account everything from performance evaluations to conflict avoidance to timely task completion.
Private Companies Grow Anxious Over Global Demand
Views of demand for products and services are dramatically different than they were a year ago, a study shows.
CEO Stock Options Drive Income Smoothing
Smoothing tends to serve a good purpose where the CEO's pay mix leans toward stock grants, but not where option grants predominate, a new study finds.
Cable CFO Faces Complexity in All Directions
Vicki Villacrez at TDS Telecom has to stay nimble to thrive in the fast-changing consumer segment of the telecommunications industry.
Advanced Technologies Are Taking Over Finance
Research shows that finance departments are deploying the latest cutting-edge tools at a startlingly increasing pace.
Hard Evidence the CFO Role Is Getting Tougher?
Analysis suggests aspiring CFOs should make lateral moves outside of finance to get the broad experience companies are seeking today.
How to Tell Which Patents Are Valuable
A study reveals a simple method that companies with large patent portfolios can use to evaluate the return they're getting on patent maintenance costs.
Customer Takes Over Vendor’s Finance Operation
The new finance chief at RPA firm UiPath, Marie Myers, was an enthusiastic user of robotic software in her previous job as global controller at HP.
Agribusiness Bonanza Rises in China for Syngenta
CFO Mark Patrick discusses the enormous business opportunities available to Syngenta now that it's owned by a big Chinese company.
A University CFO Stretches His Wings
Long Island University's response to the steep challenges facing higher education is to give its finance chief a role resembling that of a corporate CFO.