Lights, Camera, Finance!
For movie studios, a boom in ticket sales is not translating to easy access to financing.
Stocks Down, Voices Raised
Their sights fixed on executive compensation, shareholders seek a Say on Pay and pay-for-performance policies.
Proposed Labor-Union Law Roils CFOs
Amid a political firestorm over the Employee Free Choice Act, finance executives are preparing for the possibility of increased unionization.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending March 20
Solera Holdings, Websense, Cracker Barrel, Michael Baker, Public Service Enterprise Group, Petroleum & Resources, Accuride, FICO, Borland, LifePoint Hospitals, Swatch.
Charging Toward an Electric-car Future
Better Place CFO Charles Stonehill describes the grand plan of his venture-backed company to be a major factor in the move to battery-powered vehicles.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending March 13
Shell, Comprehensive Care, Meade Instruments, Kensey Nash, Exterran Partners, Gencor, Lee County Electric Cooperative, Marriott, Advanced Proteome Therapeutics, Mach One Corporation, Sun-Times Media Group, 51job, Assurant.
Is Option Repricing Making a Comeback?
Asking shareholders to OK repricing plans is a trend that is something more than a trickle, if not yet a wave.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending March 6
Lehman Brothers, American Tower Corporation, China Prosperous Clean Energy, HCP Inc, Valen Technologies, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, Graham Corporation, Sypker Cars, Duke Realty.
A Prayer for the Not-Quite-Dying
Accounting firms may look to prop up sagging revenue by aggressively promoting their crisis-management services.
“This Is the World Series for Finance.”
When times get tough, finance teams get granular — and find new ways to deliver value. An interview with Al Drewes, SVP and CFO, Pepsi Bottling Group.