Best of 2007: Smaller Businesses
Was it a year of regulatory concessions for smaller companies or were their demands for scalable, less-costly rules ignored? Turns out, it was a little of both.
Best of 2007: Capital Markets
A booming first half dominated by news about hedge funds gave way to brooding about the subprime mess and the perils of securitization. Here are our picks from the capital markets and banking articles that were most popular among CFO.com readers in 2007.
Best of 2007: Careers
As always, finance executives were seeking guidance about how to move up in 2007 — at their current companies, or elsewhere. For tips on how to climb the career ladder, they were willing to learn from both the failures and successes of others.
Required Summer Reading: Did You Know…?
Yikes! Labor Day already and you haven't done your summer reading? Never fear. Here's our short list of the most popular stories on CFO.com since Memorial Day.
Best of 2006: Risks and Benefits
Toxic detritus and terrorism continued to haunt finance chiefs this year, while the new pension law provided relief on the employee benefits front.
Test Your Finance Knowledge (Answers)
This quiz was given at CFO Rising West this week in Las Vegas, with a $250 prize going to an attendee who got all the answers right. Here are the answers. Would you have won?
Test Your Finance Knowledge
This quiz was given at CFO Rising West this week in Las Vegas, with a $250 prize drawing among attendees who got all the answers right. Would you have won?
Required Summer Reading: Last Chance
The end of summer is here, but are you ready to go back to work? A lot happened between Independence Day and Labor Day. Here's our roundup of hot finance topics, plus a little water cooler gossip, that you might have missed at the beach.
Thomas May, Boston Symphony Orchestra
New artistic management has brought an expanded financial challenge along with its expanded repertoire. How does the finance side of the organization maintain its share of the orchestra's good reviews?
Recommended Reading: Top Stories of 2005
Here's our list of the 100 articles that your colleagues and competitors asked for most often.
The Risks of Benefit Screening
With health-care costs a crucial concern at many corporations, employers could start to screen out job seekers who chose expensive benefit plans in previous jobs, a reader cautions.