Riding the Bull
CFO magazine's 2000 compensation survey reveals that more than half of total CFO pay is now driven by the stock market. But that doesn't mean it's linked to performance.
The Real Thing: Bottling Plan Taps Coke’s Profits
The steep downturn in Coca-Cola Co.'s performance has finally led analysts and other observers to focus on the company's once-ballyhooed financial relationship with its key bottlers, chiefly Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. (CCE).
Going With the Flow
A new accounting proposal could change the way stocks are valued - but for better or worse?
Behind every news-making Microsoft deal stands its soft-spoken, hard-bargaining CFO.
Is Enron Being Tripped Up by New Accounting Rule?
Will a new accounting rule aimed at off-balance-sheet financing trip up Enron?
Hear No Fraud, See No Fraud, Speak No Fraud
The Cendant fiasco shows that in high-profile M&A's, due diligence takes a back seat.
Five More Years?
Congress is about to rubber-stamp Arthur Levitt's reappointment. First, it should find out where he stands.
What Mercury Finance Co. taught BankBoston and the rest of us about the perils of corporate horse-trading.