Issue 2012-12 CFO
Taxing Their Patience
The Affordable Care Act's medical-device tax and a proposed Internet sales tax could rile CFOs in 2014.
Are Swap Futures the Future?
Interest-rate swap futures and centrally cleared swaps may become viable alternatives to over-the-counter contracts.
Treasury: Faster and Cheaper, but Better?
Companies are laser-focused on cost-cutting and efficiency, but those may be the wrong goals.
The Future of Flash
SanDisk is betting that flash memory will catch on in personal and enterprise computing as it has in consumer and mobile markets. An interview with Judy Bruner, EVP, Administration, &spamp; CFO, SanDisk.
All Eyes on Foreign Earnings
New studies shed light on U.S. multinationals&spamp;rsquo; practice of designating foreign profits as permanently reinvested.
Look Homeward, Accounting
Some companies that have outsourced finance and accounting functions are bringing those tasks back in-house.
Going Management’s Way
The Financial Accounting Standards Board rules that auditors, not managers, should determine whether a public company is a going concern.
Are These Benefits Hokum, or Helpful?
A &splt;i>Fortune&splt;/i> 500 CEO says coverage for alternative medicine is good for employees and the bottom line.