With Stocks Up, Finance Chiefs Are On the Move
A recruiting firm's latest annual report on the career movements of C-suite executives is a treasure trove of interesting tidbits.
For CFOs, Opportunities to Move Up Are Limited
Few finance chiefs get a chance to be CEO, and those at midsize companies often lose out on bigger CFO jobs to divisional finance leaders at larger firms.
CFO Turnover Dips, Reversing Three-Year Trend
Improved corporate performance and evolving compensation trends may be contributing to the about-face.
More and more companies are eliminating the chief operating officer position — and handing operating duties to the CFO.
CFO Musical Chairs Are Humming Along
The turnover rate has been creeping up for three years as the economy slowly regains its balance.
With New CFO, JPMorgan Turns Page on “London Whale”
America's biggest bank appoints Marianne Lake to the post. Unlike her predecessor in his last few months on the job, she'll report to CEO Jamie Dimon.
Good-bye COO, Hello More Responsibility
Fewer and fewer large companies have chief operating officers, meaning CFOs are getting more operational responsibility. That should position them as CEO candidates — someday.