Nike Sales Just Didn’t Do It in Third Quarter
Revenue missed analysts' estimates but CEO Mark Parker believes the shift to online shopping "represents a tremendous opportunity for Nike."
Sears Says Turnaround Effort May Be in Doubt
The retailer warns its history of losses indicates "substantial doubt exists related to the company's ability to continue as a going concern.”
CFOs: Be the Heart of Data Integration
Recognizing the benefit that access to data can bring, finance chiefs must now address a host of new, related challenges.
Oracle Beats Estimates, Cloud Revenue up 63%
"Our pivot to the cloud is now clearly in full swing," Oracle co-CEO Safra Catz says.
CFOs to Trump: Stop Tweeting, Keep H1-Bs
U.S. optimism Index jumps to 14-year high in Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook survey.
Think Like a Start-up, Be a Better CFO
CFOs at companies of any size would do well to emulate these common approaches to running finance at start-up firms.
Intel Makes $15 Billion Bet on Self-Driving Cars
The world's largest chipmaker is acquiring Israel's Mobileye as it bids to become a major supplier of driverless systems for automakers.
IT Focus Shifts from Revenue to Operating Income
Technology investments are starting to pay off, creating urgency in management and boards to drive even more gains in operating income.
CFOs are seeking nontraditional candidates who have the analytical and ‘soft’ skills a modern finance organization needs.
Upstart Digital Marketing Hub Takes Aim at Sector Leaders
Zeta Global, a tiny fraction of its larger competitors' size, encounters challenges and opportunities in its quest to go public.
Verizon Gets $350M Discount on Yahoo Deal
The revised sale reflects the diminished value of Yahoo's core business in the wake of two massive security breaches.