Danone Board Ousts CEO (and Former CFO) Emmanuel Faber
Danone faced increasing pressure from shareholders to replace Faber, whom they blamed for lackluster sales.
The Expanding Role of the Modern CFO
Traditionally conservative, the finance chief has stayed out of the limelight — until now.
America’s CEOs Pledge to Rethink Corporate Priorities
“These modernized principles reflect the business community’s unwavering commitment to continue to push for an economy that serves all Americans.”
Can a Strategic CFO Be an Effective CEO? Yes!
I have also found that some directors believe that a CEO has to be a proven operator. But CEOs do not operate businesses.
Internal Auditors Strain under Unethical Pressures
Many report repeated instances of being pressured to squash or alter valid audit findings.
8 Keys to Becoming the CEO’s Trusted Strategic Adviser
CEOs need a CFO who can help management confidently take new, calculated risks and strategize ways to grow the business.
DeVry’s Stock Tumbles After CFO Leaves
The abrupt departure of DeVry Education's CEO and the subsequent resignation of the CFO makes Wall Street anxious.
Wendy’s CFO Penegor Tapped for CEO Spot
CEO Emil Brolick is retiring, and the restaurant company is conducting an external search for a new finance chief.
Former Polycom CEO Accused of Hiding Personal Perks
Andrew Miller expensed personal charges such as spa treatments and sports tickets and failed to disclose the perks to investors, the SEC alleges.
Engelbert Makes Big 4 History With Deloitte Promotion
Cathy Engelbert, tapped to be CEO of Deloitte, is the first woman to head a Big 4 accounting firm in the United States.