Issue 2012-10 CFO
New Spin on Engagements
The audit community is proposing alternatives to mandatory auditor rotation.
Health Reform: The November Issue
If Mitt Romney is elected President, all bets are off for the Affordable Care Act.
Worrying about Water
As water becomes scarcer and more expensive, companies should work with stakeholders to keep their water risks down.
The ECB Buys Time, if Not Bonds
The European Central Bank&spamp;rsquo;s OMT initiative comes with strings attached.
Should Corporate Accountants Spill the Beans?
An ethics board wants accountants to report suspected fraud by their employers.
The Fuss over Budgets
Readers comment on budgeting and forecasting, and other recent stories on &splt;i>CFO&splt;/i> and CFO.com.
Nuron Biotech CFO Wendy DiCicco talks about one of the greatest weaknesses of start-ups: a lack of infrastructure.
The Boom in Global Talent
Educational efforts in emerging markets are creating a glut of skilled workers.
Accounting Differences Dampen Cross-Border Mergers
Companies are more likely to make acquisitions in countries that follow similar financial-reporting standards, a study finds.