Controller Was Apple CFO’s Successor All Along
The tech giant's corporate controller, Luca Maestri, will take over the CFO role later this year from Peter Oppenheimer.
What Do CFOs Do on Twitter?
Turns out that they like The Voice, Joel Osteen and sports. Oh, and they read about business.
Anything You Can Do, Icahn Do Better
The pressure on companies from activist shareholders continues to grow.
Pandora in Tune with Music Streaming’s Future
Pandora CFO Mike Herring isn’t worried about competing music-streaming services, like Apple's. In fact, he says, he welcomes them.
Past Performance is No Guarantee
The past tells us nothing about whether we will fail or succeed in the future. Executives should be mindful of this when considering their future goals.
Caveat Emptor for BlackBerry Customers, Experts Say
The fading company plans now to focus on its mobile-device-management business as a survival strategy, but potential clients may have a wary outlook.
All Together Now
The convergence of social, mobile and cloud technologies —“SoMoClo”—is changing the way companies work.
Steep Climb Ahead for Level Tax Playing Field
The OECD's global plan will be tough for corporations to comply with, experts say.
How To Prevent a Shareholder Blowup
Companies should anticipate and respond to shareholder concerns before they come to a head.
Companies and Tax: Cook Lightly Grilled
The testimony on Capitol Hill by Apple’s boss made the case for corporate tax reform in more ways than one.