Below, you’ll find a list of the 10 most-read articles we published this year. Dealing with everything from spreadsheets and cybersecurity to core CFO skills and workplace monitoring, these are the most popular stories of the past 12 months.
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Finance staff (and executives) often resist pivoting away from the popular spreadsheet platform.
The CFO, who reportedly committed suicide, was among multiple defendants including BBB, in a complaint alleging a "pump-and-dump" stock-fraud scheme. After Arnal's death, he was dropped from the shareholder lawsuit.
Armed with the answers, chief financial officers can play an essential role in reducing cyber risk.
Communication, data analysis, and tech-savvy are just some of the core skills needed to further the company's mission.
Here are four ways CFOs can promote the accounting profession to replenish the pipeline of talent.
Microsoft's spreadsheet still dominates corporate finance, for plenty of good reasons.
Here are five ways that chief financial officers can meet the wish lists of today’s chief executive officers.
Collecting and analyzing employee performance data can improve efficiency, but make sure employees see the value in it.
Finance chiefs need to step up their focus on reliable demand forecasting.
Cohen shares how she begins her day early with a two-hour workout, the first dashboard she checks every day, and some of her favorite word puzzles.