Financial Executives International
Silicon Valley CFOs Decry Some Local Issues
The area's high cost of living and long daily commutes don't make it any easier to attract talent, which is in shorter supply in the Valley than ever.
How to Modernize the Treasury Department
To add value and move beyond their focus on processing, treasury departments must win management buy-in, automate, and reach out to other functions.
Rate of Growth in Audit Fees Doubled in 2017: FERF
New accounting standards, greater M&A activity, and PCAOB documentation requests drove up fees, according to the Financial Executives Research Foundation.
Converging Technologies Will Lead to ‘Continuous Auditing’
Technological advancement also promises huge strides for many industries but perhaps a dire fate for others, a futurist tells accountants and auditors.
Automation Won’t Reduce Finance Staffs: Study
Perhaps counterintuitively, finance executives say they don't plan to cut head-count costs in response to technology-driven efficiencies.
Don’t Let Blind Spots Ruin Your Finance Career
A key figure in the Znetix shareholder scam offers his take on how "good people can make bad choices" in a business setting.
J&J, Aetna CEOs Hit Fee-for-Service System
The chief executives of two health-care giants want the industry to move further toward payments based on quality of care.
Two CFOs Tell a Tale of Fraud at HealthSouth
Years after going to prison, disgraced CFOs try to make something good come from their crimes by telling finance executives how they went wrong.
Will Automation Take Over Senior Finance Jobs?
Some finance executives think their positions could be replaced by technology, a new poll suggests.
The Case Against Trump’s Economic Proposals
A noted economist explains in detail why the president-elect's tax and spending proposals would have horrific consequences.