Once Again, an Autodesk CFO Joins Salesforce.com
For the second time, Salesforce.com gets a finance chief from a special friend.
Public Companies Earn Poor Grades in Sustainability
More U.S. companies are tying executive compensation to sustainability targets, but efforts to reduce carbon emissions and use renewable energy are lagging.
HP Audit Finds Proof Autonomy Fudged Accounting
Computer giant files report saying it has evidence that the British software firm inflated reported revenues prior to HP deal.
In the Comfort Zone
Wyndham Worldwide’s cash-generating business model keeps investors happy — and presents enviable challenges for CFO Thomas G. Conforti.
Feeble Yen Could Help and Hurt HP
While a weaker Japanese currency will lower component costs on some of Hewlett-Packard’s hardware, it will also give the computing giant’s overseas competitors a distinct pricing advantage, says HP’s CFO.
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.
Dell’s Buy-out: Heading for the Exit
If the proposed $24.4 billion deal is approved by the company’s shareholders, it will be the biggest leveraged buy-out since the beginning of the financial crisis.
M&A: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
Longtime equipment-financing executive Irv Rothman prefers not to grow through mergers and acquisitions. But he’s made the most of the opportunities such deals have afforded him.
IBM, HP, Sprint Retain Top Spots in Newsweek Green Rankings
The top of the magazine's global company list is dominated by financial and IT sector companies.
Study Links Share Prices, Goodwill Impairments
When the equity market turned around and share prices started moving higher in 2009, using stock price as a key determinant in assessing goodwill impairment became less common.