Bullish on Sales, Retail CFOs Face Border Showdown
A big tax break would boost the industry, while a border tax could hit many retailers hard.
Evolving Set of Risk Factors Vexes Tech Industry
Cybersecurity, loss of key customers, and heightened regulation are among the top risks facing technology companies.
Money, Exit Options Drying Up for Unicorns
Venture investors and public markets are starting to balk at the sky-high valuations of some tech startups.
How Federal, State, Local R&D Incentives Are Supporting Startups
As a finance executive, you should consider all opportunities offered by the states and communities to ensure you aren’t leaving anything on the table.
IPOs Will Increase in 2nd Half: Bankers
But capital markets execs expect only $15 billion in IPO proceeds this year, the lowest total since 2003.
Thirteen Hot Shareholder Topics for 2016
Executives and boards should be prepared to address these issues with shareholders at annual meetings this year.
Cell Phone Fraud: Who’s Watching IT?
Cell phone procurement fraudsters have typically worked in information technology departments.
Retail CFOs on 2016: Down, but Not Out
A poor 2015 and market turbulence dampen their near-term outlook, but long-range planning stays stable.
CFO Pay Growth Slows to 4.9% in 2014
The highest-paid CEOs and CFOs are now those within the real estate industry, according to a BDO compensation study.
BDO to Pay $2.1Million Over Deficient Audits
The SEC alleges the big accounting firm ignored red flags in signing off on the financial statements of an employment staffing company.
How to Manage the Cost of Expatriate Assignments
Thorough planning is required not only before an assignment, but also while it's in progress, as informed by data analytics.