Issue 2012-05 CFO
How Crocs Regained Its Footing
Recovering its balance after a dangerous stumble, the footwear company recently passed the &splt;br/>$1 billion revenue mark and sees double that ahead.
Too Much Data, Not Enough Insight
Readers comment on insight versus information, Internet sales taxes, and other topics of recent stories in &splt;i>CFO.&splt;/i>
FASB Stands Pat on Reviled Tax Rule
Despite widespread opposition to the standard governing uncertain tax positions, FIN 48 won&spamp;rsquo;t go through the board&spamp;rsquo;s rulemaking process again.
Too Much Data, Too Little Judgment
Financial planning and analysis staff can&spamp;rsquo;t help CFOs make the right moves until they learn to apply more subjectivity in their analyses.
JOBS Act OKs Crowdfunding
The law blesses a new financing option for start-ups, but adds disclosure requirements.
Less Offshoring Won’t Mean More Onshoring
Companies are running out of jobs that can be moved abroad.
Reining In Buyout Loans
Federal regulators aim for more stress-testing of loan portfolios and better-defined standards on a borrower&spamp;rsquo;s ability to repay.