What Employers Are Looking For
What factors do employees rate highly when considering candidates for a job? Well, a good cover letter beats a good education.
Some experts contend that options-pricing models give a better view of cost of capital than CAPM.
What Meurs Told CFO
An earlier CFO interview with Royal Ahold's finance chief may shed some light on what went wrong at the Dutch retailing giant.
What Goes Around
Customer financing seemed like a smart move when times were good. Now, it's wreaking havoc on corporate balance sheets.
Tuning In to Cash Flow
We examined the operating cash flow of the S&P 100. Our findings? Surprisingly, there's reason to be optimistic about America's blue chips.
Other People’s Money
To encourage fund managers to act solely in the interests of shareholders, activists want their proxy votes disclosed.
The Fear of All Sums
To restore investor trust, many companies are disclosing more information, according to a CFO survey. But it may not be enough.
Loan Star State?
The 1989 sale of a Harken Energy Company subsidiary to a related-party raises questions about President Bush's role as a member of Harken's audit committee.
Edmund Jenkins, FASB
Outgoing FASB head Edmund Jenkins reflects on accounting standards, accounting standard-setters -- and accounting scandals.
Partnership Liability: Enron’s Domino Effect
Limited partners in the special-purpose entities may have liability to both Enron and Enron shareholders, lawyer asserts.