Companies are looking at Asia's poorest communities as a place to make profits. But while the market is vast, so too are the challenges.
Who’s Got the Edge?
A new look at measuring shareholder value shows which management teams in Asia are truly delivering excess returns.
No Time for Strategy?
Many finance staff find they're too caught up with commonplace chores to think about the bigger picture, at least for the moment.
The battle to replace Excel with dedicated budgeting and planning software takes an unexpected turn.
A Fairwell to History
As historical cost accounting gives way to fair value, Europe's CFOs are bracing for turbulent times.
Could India’s IT Glow Be Fading?
The subcontinent's booming information-technology business has done so well that it's awakened the sleeping giant of U.S. competition. A brief history of how Indian IT got where it is today.
The View from the East
India's upstart IT-services firms face their own challenges from their giant rivals in the West.
Brand and Deliver
Faced with globalization and growing competition, CFOs in Asia are turning to brand management as a way to thrive.
Some companies in Asia are taking the war against sleaze down into the ranks, aiming to bring integrity to corporate culture.
Why Americans Stay Home
A new survey reveals why U.S. investors tend to stay in their own back yards. Also: good news for Coco buffs.