A (Digital) Dream Deferred
Many finance chiefs avoid falling in love with the latest digital tools because they recognize the risks and costs to the enterprise.
Should You IPO?
Unless your company is big, profitable, and a category leader, the wisest choice may be to wait.
No Pain, Just Gain for Supply Chain
Supply chain financing lets companies stretch payment terms without hurting their suppliers’ cash flow.
Counteracting a ‘Can’t-Do’ Attitude
Is the spread of “learned helplessness” sapping your company of its productivity? Here’s how you can tell — and what you can do about it.
Top CFO Priorities for 2018: Taking Aim
Six CFOs from diverse industries reveal their top business objectives for 2018.
The Price of Protectionism
To defend some domestic industries, President Trump is ready to slap tariffs on foreign producers. But has he weighed the costs to the wider economy?
FP&A Technology Explained
Technology is eliminating grunt work and boosting the value of financial planning and analysis.
The Weight of Water
The 2017 hurricane season puts extreme precipitation and flooding events at the top of risk managers’ agendas.
State and city tax breaks abound, but they shouldn’t be the only consideration when locating a business.
Banking Survey: A Question of Trust
After yet another scandal, businesses are placing more emphasis on the trustworthiness of financial institutions.
Directorship Gains and Pains
CFOs who hold external board positions swear by the benefits, but the majority who don’t have good reasons for shying away.