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.
As the digital ecosystem grows, so do threats to the security of an organization’s data stores.
POTUS Primer: Kill the Tweets
In the first-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey, CFOs advise the president to change his communications tactics.
A new survey finds finance executives focused on managing risk by maximizing their ability to bounce back from harm.
Cash-Flow Forecasting Still Vexing
Why is cash-flow forecasting still so frustrating for treasury departments?
‘Trump Bump’ Buoys CFO Optimism
The Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey finds optimism among U.S. finance chiefs lifted by the election of Donald Trump.
CFOs Reveal Their Top Issues for 2016
What will CFOs be spending their time on next year? Preserving margins and sustaining or improving earnings performance top the list, says Protiviti.
A Turn in the Weather for Economic Outlooks
Executives' outlooks have taken a turn for the worse around the globe.
Groupon CFO Jason Child Moving to Jawbone
After four years at Groupon, Child will become Jawbone's first CFO at a time of many challenges for the maker of Up fitness trackers.
Bonuses ‘Bountiful’ for Treasurers and Others Last Year
Seventy-two percent of organizations awarded bonuses to their treasury and finance employees in 2014, at an average 18% of base salary, according to AFP.