Letting Go of Guidance
Is providing quarterly earnings guidance worth the effort? Many companies say no.
Whose Company Is It?
A controversial new book has rekindled the debate over shareholder value and the purpose of the public corporation.
Healing America’s Economy: Obama vs. Romney
Which Presidential candidate has the better plan for reviving the economy? We asked economists what they think.
Freed from the Budget
Many companies see budgeting as a time-consuming exercise of limited value. Some are resorting to a radical fix: getting rid of the budget.
Perched on a Precipice
The Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act, expected this week, will shake up health-benefits plans, one way or another.
When the Boomers Go
The coming retirement of the baby boomers could leave businesses short of critical knowledge and skills. Make sure that doesn&spamp;rsquo;t happen to your company.
Strategic visions are great, but they can turn into nightmares at the project level. Here&spamp;rsquo;s how to keep a project from becoming a runaway.
Where the Money Is, and the Security Isn’t
Cyber thieves are increasingly targeting small and midsize businesses, and why not? Most SMBs do little to protect themselves.
Lifting the Lid on 401(k) Fees
The coming mandatory disclosure of plan fees could give participants a nasty shock.
What Ever Happened to the Virtual Close?
CFOs are once again trying to perfect the process of closing the books.