College athletic departments get new revenue and cost analysis tools, part of the NCAA's effort to improve their financial reporting.
A Prayer for the Not-Quite-Dying
Accounting firms may look to prop up sagging revenue by aggressively promoting their crisis-management services.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending February 27
Nanometrics, DineEquity, ACE Sushi, Nasdaq, ARCA, A.P. Pharma, Mzinga, Standard Pacific, American TeleCare, HearUSA, Scott's Liquid Gold, Dominion Resources, Anadarko, Protein Discovery, RBS, ING, Sandvik, Funcom, Globul, AlfaStrakhovanie.
In Management Shuffle, Yahoo! CFO Dealt Out
New CEO Carol Bartz makes a statement about her team, and it doesn't include Blake Jorgensen.
Cheered by Obama Talk, CFOs Still Fret Lack of Detail
In one small sampling of finance executives today, CFO.com finds some angst over the president's vagueness on key points.
SAP Plays the Data Tagging Game
With the XBRL mandate now official, software companies begin rolling out offerings aimed at solving corporate data-tagging woes.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending February 20
Verizon, Savient, eLoyalty, Purewire, US Auto Parts Networks, Generate, Phoenix Footwear, Hhgregg, Platmin, Digirad, CB Richard Ellis.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending February 13
Textron, Lattice, Cardinal Gas, Global Telecom & Technology, Denbury, Weidlinger, Apartment Investment, Dynamic Gold, Animus, Private Bancorp, GEO, Premier Business Centers, Linklaters, Banco Popolare, Marston's, RNB, e2v.
A COO for the SEC?
Hiring an operating chief is among numerous pieces of advice for the regulatory agency from its old "friend," the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.