Low Taxes Buttress GE Earnings
The tax advantage stemmed from GE's flotation of a majority stake in its Swiss consumer credit operation.
Transforming Cisco: One Finance Function At a Time
Cisco's shares have made a comeback, and CFO Frank Calderoni says a finance unit revamp was one of the key pieces of the company's turnaround.
Big Companies Eye Private Health-Benefits Exchanges
To date the online portals have mostly served small corporate customers, but it looks like that may soon be changing.
“Profit Shifters” Face Global Crackdown
A new global tax plan from the OECD could eventually hinder multinationals from moving profits overseas to benefit from low-tax jurisdictions.
The Executive-Succession Train Wreck
Filling a key role is a moment when the company’s future can be created. Wasting that moment can be disastrous.
Internal Audit: a Dead-end Job?
A new study reveals that new entrants to the corporate-accounting profession have second thoughts about entering internal audit.
Training at Dell: Here, There, and Everywhere
The computer giant&spamp;rsquo;s financial-education programs rely on a mix of long-distance and local learning.
Dell Training Program Is Here and There
The big technology company&spamp;rsquo;s efforts to educate its top finance talent are marked by a mix of virtual and face-to-face elements, which is a sensible if not-too-common approach.
Oiling the Leadership Machine at GE
The nation's sixth-largest company likes to start developing its future finance leaders right out of college, as General Electric's Peter Mondani explains.