SupplierPay: Cynicism, Optimism and Reality
Is the government's initiative to help small suppliers a bag of wind or a bona fide hope?
Running in Place
The working capital performance of America’s largest companies is flat for the third straight year, according to the 2014 CFO/REL Scorecard.
Prepping the Financials for a Sale
Don't let material balance sheet errors, insupportable earnings projections or revenue recognition errors stop a buyer from acquiring your company.
Why Companies Suffer Large, Unexpected Credit Losses
The risk of businesses defaulting on their obligations may rise in the coming years.
Ten Steps to End the Dash for Cash
Quick cash fixes at the end of fiscal years are frequently harmful.
Calm, Cool and Collecting
How HVAC giant Lennox International transformed its credit and collections function.
Private Company Sales Growth Tumbles
Sales growth among a sample of private companies has dropped significantly year-over-year, according to Sageworks.
Why Firms Don’t Pay Their Invoices
It's not always the reason you think. Payment problems often originate at the vendor that is sending out the invoices.