Issue 2011-09 CFO
Safeguarding Your Liquidity
Capital needs are covered and maturities are pushed out. What could possibly go wrong?
Some Help from the Big Boys
How FEMA is helping small companies prepare to cope with natural disasters.
What Happens When Shareholders Socialize?
New websites may give individual shareholders an easier way to vote their shares.
Readers comment on new options for doing business in China and other current finance issues.
Looking in the Mouth of the Gift Card
Consumers love them, and so do companies. But finance departments face plenty of challenges in managing them well.
How Not to Grow
Successful growth strategies often turn on what companies decide not to do, and where not to go.
Starwood Studies Abroad
What better way to get up to speed on a critical foreign market than to send the entire senior team there for an extended stay?
You want your cloud provider to share security risk. Your provider wants to limit its liability. The result is a negotiation. Here's what CFOs should know to gain the upper hand.
Going for the Other Green
Once the domain of tree-hugging do-gooders, the green movement now offers bottom-line appeal, and finance executives are taking notice.
Bottom-Lining the Lineup
Baseball finance is a hot topic again. How much do you know about the connection between money spent and games won?