Partnering with a New CEO to Boost Shareholder Returns
The CFO and the finance team have the skills to help the CEO understand and interpret residual cash earnings signals.
Don’t Just Mitigate Ransomware
CFOs must ensure their companies are prepared to thwart ransomware attacks and protect the organization's reputation.
Master of All Metrics
How CFOs can take charge of nonfinancial performance measures without alienating the rest of the organization.
Shell’s Cash Flow Boosts Hopes for Strong 2017
"2016 was the transition year, 2017 needs to be the delivery year," Shell CEO Ben van Beurden says.
Artificial Intelligence Comes to Financial Statement Audits
Only human beings, such as the auditor, can tell the true story behind the data.
Exposure to Wage-and-Hour Class Actions Heightens
For plaintiffs' lawyers, it's growing easier to get wage-and-hour cases certified and to win settlements from employers.
Toshiba to Sell Stake in Memory Chip Business
The beleaguered company needs cash to offset an imminent writedown that Japanese media have estimated at $6 billion.
J&J Sales Increase 1.7% But Miss Estimates
Earnings jumped 19% to $3.81 billion in the fourth quarter, but sales were hit by slowing demand for medical devices.
The CFO-CIO Relationship: Bridging the Gap
Stereotypes persist in many organizations, and complex antidotes have cropped up in response.
Partner With Outside Counsel to Drive Value
CFOs have the opportunity to participate in more direct, strategic discussions around legal strategy and legal spend.
Metric of the Month: Cost Control Savvy
If your organization’s line-unit managers are flying by the seat of their pants when it comes to cost control, it’s time to step in.