Issue 2012-06 CFO
Show Us the Talent
A prominent HR group wants companies to disclose detailed information about their human capital.
Facebook Users, Meet Timeline
The social network&spamp;rsquo;s new layout can help users increase customer engagement.
A provision of the JOBS Act enables private companies to simultaneously pursue an IPO and a sale without disclosing confidential information.
Desperate for Yield
Treasurers are seeking the slightest pickup in returns on their short-term cash, provided the risk falls within corporate investment guidelines.
Plenty of Ammo Left in Buyback Plans
U.S. firms have repurchased more than one-third the dollar amount of shares that their buyback programs allow.
“Flush with Cash” Has New Meaning
A rise in Corporate America&spamp;rsquo;s free cash flow and capex could be a healthy sign.
U.S. Deal-Making Chills
Except in select industry sectors, merger-and-acquisition activity in North America remained muted in May.
Tax Rules Roil Financial Sector
Proposed rules for implementing FATCA may have broad implications for U.S. banks.
When the Boomers Go
The coming retirement of the baby boomers could leave businesses short of critical knowledge and skills. Make sure that doesn&spamp;rsquo;t happen to your company.
Made for Each Other
Both separately and together, mobile devices and cloud computing are increasingly supporting corporate growth, according to the latest findings from CFO Research.