The Corporatization of Cyber Crime
Cyber crime groups are increasingly operating like traditional businesses. Will this new professionalism lead to more attacks on companies?
What’s Wrong with Crowdfunding?
The JOBS Act was designed to help online capital formation. So far, the results have been disappointing.
The Rising Risk of Being CFO
The drive to combat corporate misconduct is making it a dangerous time to be a finance chief.
Non-GAAP metrics help tell the story of a company’s performance. But is their increasing prevalence rendering the official earnings numbers less relevant?
Funding the Best Growth Path
As capital gets expensive, CFOs make plans for securing and spending what they will need to grow.
The Changing Face of Retail
Can innovation by traditional retailers overcome the disruptive force of e-commerce?
A Time of Disruption
Political scenarios aplenty threaten global growth and the fortunes of multinationals.
Wanted: A Flexible, Attentive Bank
Corporate clients know what they want in a commercial bank, according to our third annual banking survey, but they rarely get it.
Clinton v. Trump: Who’s Better for Business?
The choice for president is between big change now but few details, and gradual change with deep details.
The Holes in Human Capital Metrics
Prodded by investors, some companies are disclosing more data about their workforces. But how much value will that information have?
The Rules of Attraction
How do corporate borrowers keep their bank lenders happy when there is so little profit to be made by providing lines of credit?