Should CFOs Be Interested in Pinterest?
Unlike Facebook and Twitter, the third-most-popular social-networking site in the United States doesn’t charge businesses a dime to advertise their goods and services on its Pinboards. What’s the catch? A lack of useful metrics.
HP Finance Chief Faces Bulging Inventory
The iconic technology firm posted its worst quarterly loss in its 65-year history. Is it too late to right the ship?
Despite Sales Drop, Dell CFO Is Bullish on Laptops
If the company that brought the PC to the masses doesn’t break into the tablet market, however, its growing software and cloud-computing business may not be enough to keep investors happy.
C-Suite Slipping on Information Security, Study Finds
As mobile computing and bring-your-own-device policies boost the risk and potential costs of data hacks, a new survey finds that too many senior executives are lax on information security.
Punishing Groupon: Social Media Backlash?
Despite a growing business, the Street sends Groupon’s stock spiraling.
Try Mobile Payment, CFOs Advised
Adopting mobile-payment technologies can enable companies to gather new data on their customers.
LinkedIn Aims to Diversify New Mobile Revenue Stream
Most social-media companies are struggling to monetize mobile (read Facebook), but LinkedIn may have an edge.