Emerging Tech: Are CFOs Blind to the Risks?
It doesn't take Google Glass to see that the risks of disruptive technologies emerging within the enterprise must be taken seriously by CFOs.
Companies and Tax: Cook Lightly Grilled
The testimony on Capitol Hill by Apple’s boss made the case for corporate tax reform in more ways than one.
“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.
Big Companies Fear Offshore Tax Fallout
A recent survey shows large multinational firms are bracing for more offshore tax inquiries, with good reason.
Starbucks Coughs Up More U.K. Tax
It’s doing so voluntarily, but sales have taken a hit since news came out that the coffee chain has been paying virtually no tax in Britain.
Angry U.K. Lawmakers Confront Starbucks CFO
The finance chief, Troy Alstead, scrambles to explain why the coffee company pays no corporate tax in Britain.
Auditors, CFOs Boost Their IQs on QR Codes
The codes are increasingly being applied to business services, including accounting, experts say.
Google’s Big “Oops” Moment
Search giant accidentally releases 8-K filing three hours early, causing shares to drop 9% before trading is halted.
Mystery Solved: CFO Lands at Google Mobile Unit
Former Marsh &spamp; McLennan finance chief Vanessa Wittman had stayed mum for three months on what role she'd be filling at the Internet powerhouse.
CFO Heads Off to Google for a Secret Mission
Marsh &spamp; McLennan finance chief Vanessa Wittman, still a wunderkind at 44, is set to take an unknown role at the Internet powerhouse.