Issue 2012-07 CFO
Private Equity’s Picky Appetite
PE firms are craving service and health-care targets, according to a new survey.
High Court Upholds Health-Care Reform
The Supreme Court&spamp;rsquo;s ruling leaves companies with decisions to make.
The Best Is Yet to Come
Don’t underestimate the recuperative powers of the U.S. economy, says a new book.
Recipe for Profits
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen CFO Mel Hope talks about collaborating with franchisees to grow the business.
More CEOs Go
As CEO turnover rises, insider CFOs who take on the top spot may have a better chance of success than external hires.
No Dire Straits for Boomers
Readers comment on the aging of the baby boomers, cloud computing, the value of M&spamp;A, and other topics of recent stories in &splt;i>CFO.&splt;/i>
The Hedge That Wasn’t
JPMorgan Chase’s $2 billion trading miscue is a costly lesson in how not to protect against potential losses.
Defense contractor Exelis is ready to adjust to an era of reduced Pentagon spending, says CFO Peter Milligan.
The Second-Greatest Risk
CFOs of multinational companies rank transfer-pricing risk just behind global compliance.