Meme Stock Phenomenon Presents Opportunities for CFOs
What starts out as a “cultish response to a flagging brand” can result in favorable outcomes for the formerly distressed issuer.
Closer to Real-Time for Real-Time Payments
In 2017, an interbank payment system providing near-instantaneous settlements debuted. Why has it yet to catch fire?
The onset of the pandemic reduced the global flow of goods. But when demand suddenly snapped back, supply chains proved less resilient.
Embattled Industries: Profiles in Resilience
Although the pandemic nearly crushed their industries, these companies are finding ways to thrive.
Is Working Remotely the Future of Finance?
The pandemic forced a grand work-from-home experiment on finance. But is an all-remote team really the future?
Can Big Retailers Be Saved?
Innovative store concepts are buying some time, but brands like Macy’s and J.C. Penney need a lot more to reverse the falloff in sales.
Special Report: Government Fixes for the Retirement Problem
Congress is poised to help companies send their older workers off to a secure retirement.
Easy Money? Private Capital’s Drawbacks
Private capital providers are fighting to finance middle market firms. But finance chiefs should proceed with caution.
In Blockchain They Trust
The technology’s transparency and immutability allow competitors to share data and industries to build credibility with consumers.
First Person: Andy Fastow and Me
Enron’s former CFO and convicted felon Andrew Fastow talks with the CFO writer who first chronicled his “groundbreaking” manipulation of accounting rules.
Investors and the public will no longer tolerate personal misconduct by executives. Now, boards have to do the same.