Digital Transformation: Defying Definition
Digital transformation — a wholesale revamping of infrastructure, systems, and software — is as rare as it is difficult.
Software Finance Chief Adamant Not to Be a ‘CF-NO’
Druva's finance chief, Mahesh Patel, makes sure investing for the long-term future is a core aspect of the company's R&D strategy.
Companies Help Hourly Workers Get Through COVID-19
Eight in 10 CFOs say they'll offer benefits and/or monetary compensation that exceed their contractual obligations to hourly employees.
Tax Managers Draw Up Wish List of Crisis Legislation
Payroll and employment tax relief is what tax executives want most from Congress this year.
Insurer Fields Communicable Disease Claims
FM Global has been providing the coverage since 2016. Now, claims will be pouring in.
Companies Brace for Impacts to Top & Bottom Lines
Most companies are quickly shifting strategies as they size up COVID-19's likely impacts on revenue and profits, PwC finds.
Locally Grown CEOs Manage for the Longer Term
CEOs from the state where their companies are based are less likely to cut R&D expenses in order to achieve earnings targets, research finds.
Pension Plan Sponsors Slashed Contributions in 2019
At present, companies generally aren't subject to required contributions and have little incentive to make discretionary ones, Russell Investments reports.
Silicon Valley CFOs Decry Some Local Issues
The area's high cost of living and long daily commutes don't make it any easier to attract talent, which is in shorter supply in the Valley than ever.
Trade Tensions Still Vex Tax Execs
Despite the preliminary trade deal with China, corporate tax leaders expect tariffs to be a pain in their side throughout 2020.
Why Are More U.S. CEOs from South Asia than East Asia?
While executives from South Asia tend to be assertive, the typical communication style of East Asians is misaligned with American leadership expectations.