CFOs Must Lead Adoption of The Cloud
Digitization is forcing finance chiefs to shed some old habits.
Cardinal Health Buys Medtronic Units for $6B
The deal will expand Cardinal's medical products business but its shares dropped 11.5% on updated guidance for fiscal 2017.
Four Pitfalls Keeping Big Companies from Getting Bigger
Companies tend to be laden with bureaucracy, operate with a short-term mentality, condition managers to fear failure, and overstretch their teams, CEB says.
Toshiba Issues ‘Going Concern’ Warning
The company's auditor refuses to certify its Q3 results in “a highly unusual signal of doubt about [its] ability to recover its financial health."
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending April 7
Winnebago, Compass Minerals, Intermedix, Brinker, U.S. Concrete, Crosby Group, PHH, World Finer Foods, Etsy, Par Pacific
Disruptive Influences: 20 Tech Companies to Watch
In areas from cyber defense to tax compliance to database management, these 20 companies are changing how businesses operate.
Gearing Up for a Manufacturing Revival
Technology, political will, and a focus on the customer could lead to a rebirth of manufacturing in the United States.
KPIs: The Key to Corporate Compliance
New Justice Department guidance on compliance highlights the need for a data-driven approach to compliance.
How Analytics Is Helping to Curb Insurance Losses
Analytics are now being used to predict the relative likelihood of different loss-producing events at a location.
GameStop Shares Plunge on 13% Sales Decline
The company believes its shift toward non-gaming businesses is paying off and sees "an abundance of business opportunities."