Video: CFO of Music Publisher Imagem
The CFO of the music publishing company that represents the catalogs for MIA, Daft Punk, and Pink Floyd talks about transitioning to an independent firm.
Will Candy Crush Maker’s IPO Be Another Zynga?
Mobile-game-maker King Digital filed its IPO Tuesday. Can it keep players (like my mom) interested?
Berkshire Hathaway Exec’s Firm Faces Delisting Risk
Sloppy financial reporting and executive role-sharing raise questions about a publishing company chaired by Warren Buffett's longtime business partner.
Can Companies Charge Smokers More for Health Insurance?
Probably, but they should consult their legal teams first.
Video: TV Management CFO Edward Van Saders
The CFO of a regional news network talks about being the only non-family member working for a family-run business.
CVS Jettisons a Cash Cow
The pharmacy chain isn't the first retailer to stop selling tobacco products, nor the first company to forgo a chunk of revenue.
Mercedes-Benz USA CFO Harald Henn: Video
The CFO of Mercedes-Benz USA explains why it's so hard to satisfy consumer tastes in the luxury goods industry.
TripAdvisor Grows From Afar
The CFO of TripAdvisor, Julie Bradley, talks about how the travel site is growing into new countries without actually going there.
When To Stop Growing
Companies should stay true to their business model, even when tempted by big-name partnerships and acquisitions.
A New Direction for Goodwill
A recently released alternative for goodwill accounting could save private companies money and time.
CFOs Long for Growth But Hesitate to Invest
Finance chiefs are focused on growth, but they're holding back on making the moves that actually drive sustained expansion, according to Ernst & Young.