New Study: Treasury role taking on more strategic importance

Growth and globalization require new skill sets

New Study: Finance Executives Eager to Try New Options for Generating Cash

A 13-page study conducted by CFO Research and underwritten by Oxygen Finance

Public Finance Executives Eyeing New Income Options

A New Study from CFO Research

Women in Finance 2013

2nd Annual Working Session and Awards Luncheon on May 15th

Michael Short, EVP & CFO, AutoNation to Deliver Keynote

at 2013 CFO Rising East Conference

Xerox Global Controller to present at 2013 CFO Corporate Performance Management Conference

Leslie Varon, Vice President of Finance and Global Controller at Xerox, to offer case study

2nd annual CFO Playbook for Private Companies Program Announced

Upcoming conference to examine the major trends affecting private companies

CFO Research Study Urges Staffs to Spend “Less time checking, more time analyzing”

The numbers don't always tell the whole story, but narrative analysis adds value to financial reports

New CFO Research Study Finds that Companies Increasingly Use Collaboration as a Competitive Tool

New report shows a class of committed collaborators is emerging

CFO Research Study Finds Finance Executives Link Cloud Computing to Better Performance

Companies are moving to cloud not just to save on costs, but also to achieve improved employee productivity and greater IT flexibility, say senior finance executives.

CFO Magazine Wins Eight Azbee Awards of Excellence

American Society of Business Publication Editors honors CFO Publishing

CFO Research Study Finds Companies Seek New Options for Employee Benefits

Companies are balancing benefits attractiveness with affordability as they consider changes to benefits packages, say senior finance executives

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