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.
“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.
College athletic departments get new revenue and cost analysis tools, part of the NCAA's effort to improve their financial reporting.