Consider the Alternatives
When banks won’t provide the short-term credit that small businesses need, alternative lenders will — at a price.
Diebold Grows Bold
The ATM maker is remaking itself into a services-driven company. An Interview with Christopher A. Chapman, SVP and CFO, Diebold.
Shaking All Over
Driven by billion-dollar-plus transactions, the market for mergers and acquisitions is booming.
The availability of cheap debt has reduced companies’ incentive to improve working capital management.
Walmart’s Next Move
The giant retailer is launching a new strategy, emphasizing e-commerce and the customer experience, says CFO Charles Holley.
As the euro plummets and the dollar soars, U.S. exporters and multinationals try to limit the damage to revenues and earnings.
A Great Run
James Freeman looks back on his long career as finance chief of Dillard’s. An Interview with James I. Freeman, SVP & CFO, Dillard’s.
30 Years of Finance
A short history of finance since 1985, as chronicled in cover stories of CFO magazine.
The Whole Story
In more than 350 issues of CFO, we have covered the events, trends, and changes — some good, others not so — that have affected the chief financial officer.
The Rise of Political Risk
The bad news: the world is becoming a riskier place for business. The good news: political risk can be managed.