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.
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.
Companies expect more from open-plan offices &spamp;#8212; more teamwork, productivity, and satisfaction. Do they get it?
Work This Way
Brian Kenyon, CFO at The Rock &spamp; Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, says a nonprofit exists &spamp;ldquo;[to further a] mission, and your purpose [as CFO] is to deliver that mission to the people who consume it.&spamp;rdquo;
European Banks Face Libor Liabilities
Different accounting rules could mean a quicker, bigger hit on their balance sheets.
Stopping Workplace Violence
Workplace violence is responsible for nearly one out of every five on-the-job deaths.