Issue 2011-10 CFO
LivingSocial’s High-Growth Adventure
The CFO of a rapidly growing deal-of-the-day company is building a multinational finance function on the fly. An interview with LivingSocial CFO John Bax.
Asset Sales: The Other Endgame
Why insolvent companies are discovering that filing for bankruptcy is often not the best way to go.
It’s Still Not Easy Being Green
Readers comment on sustainability, cloud computing, IFRS, and other topics of recent stories in &splt;i>CFO.&splt;/i>
Why CFOs Should Police SaaS Deals
Software-as-a-service applications appeal to business units because they are often inexpensive, at least in the short term. It&spamp;rsquo;s up to CFOs to prevent longer-term headaches.
Enjoy the Ride
CFO compensation made headway last year, but the sailing may not be so smooth in 2011.
Meanwhile, CFOs Enjoy More Influence
CFO Research finds the financial crisis boosted the profile of finance chiefs.
New Patent Law Highlights the Need for Speed
The new patent reform law has sparked mixed reactions, with large companies generally in favor and small businesses opposed.
If You Can Make It Here
How much do you know about the state of manufacturing in America? Take our quiz and find out.
Getting There from Here
As more U.S. companies expand overseas, new sources of capital are opening up.
Give-and-Take on R&D
The perennial squabbling over the R&spamp;D tax credit enters a new phase, for better and worse.
CFO Optimism Takes a Hit
Finance chiefs are much gloomier about the economy but do not expect another recession.