Corporate Finance

What Should Every CFO Be Reading? Tell Us Your #CFOMustRead

Help CFO.com find the CFO Must Reads of the week from across the web.
Vincent RyanJanuary 28, 2015

Finance professionals know that making their companies run properly takes more than just complying with the latest accounting guidance. Many things will affect corporate finance throughout the year, some of them less directly related to pure finance than anyone would expect.

To help you in your challenge to stay abreast of all kinds of news, trends, ideas, and just plain intriguing stories, we want you to tell us each week the most important stories you have read from across the web.

Some stories you may find entertaining, some serious, but if they’re interesting to you, they’re interesting to CFO. We want to hear about writing that originates from all kinds of platforms, from obscure blogs to major news outlets.

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Have a country’s trade rules changed? Were you inspired by a story describing a new system of predicting baseball team performance? Were you surprised by a blog post that profiled the kind of manager young employees respond to? We want to know!

All CFO readers are invited to participate by sending us their most interesting reads of the week. We request that you send us the link as well as a brief take on why you think other CFOs will find the story valuable.

You can send us a #CFOMustRead in two ways:

  1. Send a nomination to us via Twitter, by inserting the hashtag #CFOMustRead into a tweet.
  2. Nominate a story in the comments section of this post.

CFO‘s editors will be watching for your recommendations daily. Each week, starting January 28, we’ll publish an article that highlights the best recommendations and the readers that submitted them.

If you’d like to follow along to see what stories are recommended, you can track the comments on this page or follow the #CFOMustRead Twitter stream using Twitter Search or TweetDeck.