The Pros and Cons of ESOPs
Your company is owned by a baby boomer who needs to juice up his personal liquidity. When is selling the company to its employees a sound strategy?
Freed from the Budget
Many companies see budgeting as a time-consuming exercise of limited value. Some are resorting to a radical fix: getting rid of the budget.
When Are Capital Contributions Not Taxable?
Looking for tax savings? Don't forget this relatively new private letter ruling that expels certain "contributions to capital" from taxable gross income.
Guru of the New Economy
Worried about keeping up with the dot-coms? Top business strategist Adrian Slywotzky offers plenty of sage advice.
What CEOs Want
Character counts. So do vision, trustworthiness, experience, and excellent personal chemistry with the CEO. Oh, and did we mention financial skills?
California C-Suite Fraud: Guilty As Charged
The former CFO and CEO of California Micro Devices are going to jail. Others who commit accounting fraud may follow.
Peritus is Turning Inside Out
With in-house tech talent harder to find, some companies farm out their intranets.