Sink or Swim: Video
Susan Kuhlman, CFO of U.S. Masters Swimming, tells how a nonprofit with limited resources can grow in size and influence.
Running on Love
The CFO of a group of online dating sites talks about growing in an industry fueled by people's specific (sometimes very specific) romantic preferences.
The Freelance Finance Chief
As demand for executives and controllers grows more slowly over the next few years, CFOs may need to consider going “part-time.”
Staying Entrepreneurial While Growing: Video
Mick Lamond, CFO of the Newport Harbor Corporation, tells how he helps the firm's highly seasonal restaurants continue to grow.
Middle-Market Growth Forecast Plateaus
Companies between $10 million and $1 billion in revenue expect slower expansion over the next year.
SEC Proposes Crowdfunding Rules
The Securities and Exchange Commission finally released its proposed rule governing crowdfunding, but final approval is unlikely this year.
The JOBS Act: Crowdfunding and Emerging Businesses
CFO answers your questions about crowdfunding, general solicitation and the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act.
Few Borrowing Options for Small Businesses During Shutdown
Companies that hoped to tap the Small Business Administration's lending programs have other options, but most are expensive and only stopgaps.
Twitter IPO Comes at Hot Time for Listings
The number of initial public offerings in the U.S. jumped in the third quarter, and analysts expect that trend to continue this fall.
SEC Awards Largest Whistleblower Payment Ever
In what could be the beginning of a wave of payouts, the commission is awarding $14 million to a whistleblower who helped it recover investor funds.
SEC Will Keep Its Doors Open (For Now)
Even if Congress lets the U.S. government shut down, the Securities and Exchange Commission plans to continue to operate and stay fully staffed.