Investors Are Less Interested in Short-Term Results than You Think
They're also more interested in qualitative information, relative to quantitative data, than is commonly assumed.
To Get a Bigger Job, Help Market Your Stock
Back at Nasdaq as president after three years as CFO at Carlyle Group, Adena Friedman tells finance chiefs how to get ahead in the world.
Investor Relations Officers Aspire to CFO Role
Though fewer IR officers have corporate finance experience compared with five years ago, a good portion aim to be finance chief one day.
Intuit CFO: A Difficult Message Calls for Special Delivery
When things go wrong, the natural reaction is to hide from investors. Don't, says Neil Williams, CFO of accounting software developer Intuit.
Shareholder Engagement Should Be a Two-Way Street
The outmoded U.S. proxy voting system imposes barriers that make it more difficult for companies to engage directly with their equity investors.
HOW THE WEB WAS WON
CFO looks at 50 corporate Web sites to assess how well they keep investors informed.
With The Internet, The Whole World Is Listening
Internet technology changes the earnings call from an insider's chat to a worldwide broadcast.
There are only two problems with Internet stock forums: false rumors and inconvenient truths.
Whether they like it or not, CFOs are spending more time behind the podium. Here's how the tongue-tied can survive.