A Chance to Direct
Self-directed IRAs offer a wide range of investments — and an even wider list of rules.
U.S. Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty
Paul McNulty, whose team of prosecutors has convicted some 30 CFOs in the past four years, talks to deputy editor Lori Calabro about backdating, company cooperation, and why the government's Corporate Fraud Task Force isn't going away.
CBS’s Fred Reynolds
Once CEO of Viacom, Fred Reynolds explains his return to CBS as the network's finance chief, his strategy of divestitures, and what Katie Couric means for profits.
Station Casinos’s Glenn Christenson
Nevada is expected to grow faster than any other state during the next two-plus decades — great news for a gaming company that caters to the local community.
Peabody Energy’s Rick Navarre
The CFO of the world's largest private-sector coal producer toils in an industry often perceived as unsafe, environmentally unfriendly, and a poor investment compared with alternative energy forms.
Staples’ John Mahoney
On his 10th anniversary with the world's largest office-products company, Mahoney has taken on added responsibilities, including strategic planning and business development.
The NFL’s Kim Williams
Sorting out the touchy business of revenue sharing, stadium financing, and the salary cap are key to the future success of the National Football League.
International Rectifier’s Mike McGee
As the first non-Japanese chairman of a Japanese-listed company, McGee had to orchestrate a restructuring that ran contrary to traditional Japanese business practices.
Are Customer Disputes Worth It?
Perhaps you shouldn't spend too much energy on battles you won't win, but you shouldn't overlook customer disputes, either.
Bob McDonald, The American Red Cross
A former investment banker, McDonald worries less about which way the regulatory winds are blowing than which way the actual wind is blowing.