Up at Bat
Hillerich &spamp; Bradsby, maker of the iconic Louisville Slugger baseball bat, is looking for more, better, and faster, says CFO Lawrence Writer.
IPO Outlook 2012: Tempered
Sobered by 2011's volatility, bankers tone down their enthusiasm for new offerings.
QuickBooks Today and Tomorrow
Intuit CFO Neil Williams on QuickBooks’s quick move to SaaS and mobile — and why Intuit doesn’t use QuickBooks.
Getting In with the Grid
Some companies are cutting energy costs by dealing directly with the electric grid.
7 Easy (and Cheap) Ways to Develop Employees
A leading CFO offers tips from his playbook, which has helped propel at least eight of his former staffers into their own CFO roles.
Smoothing the IPO Path
A new SEC committee wants to help smaller companies find less costly ways to raise capital.
The True Cost of Going Public
Sarbox compliance costs pale in comparison to other IPO and post-IPO expenses.
On the Fast Track: High Street Partners
Taking on equity investors is like &doublequot;putting your company on steroids,&doublequot; says High Street Partners CEO and former CFO Larry Harding. Here's how he is managing the growth.