DoD Finance: Mission (Not) Accomplished
Two decades of failed Pentagon financial reforms have put more than just dollars at risk.
Casting to Type
More companies are using personality tests to assess job candidates and develop new hires.
Does a Low Profile Hurt Offshorers?
Many companies don't want to publicize, or even discuss, their offshoring activities. Some experts say that's the worst possible approach companies can take if they want to bring the backlash to a speedy end.
Being CFO on the target end of a deal brings challenges -- like having to coach ''redundant'' staffers.
The Two Faces of Bank Mergers
Corporate customers should look beyond the rhetoric of consolidation's advantages.
Recent shareholder suits may be opening cracks in the protection afforded by the business-judgment rule.
Boeing’s Finance Unit: Fuel for Scandal?
Lost in the hubbub over ex-CFO Michael Sears's dealings with a former top Air Force purchasing official has been the role he and other officials played at Boeing Capital Corp.