Issue 2013-02 CFO
Restoring Balance to Bankruptcy
Chapter 11 cases increasingly emphasize creditor interests instead of the rebuilding of companies, experts say.
In the Fast Lane at GM
Dan Ammann is wasting no time in his quest to make the auto giant a leaner, financially savvier machine.
Smart Choices, Smart Workers
Readers comment on stories about open-plan office design, swap futures, shareholder value, and wellness programs from &splt;i>CFO&splt;/i> and CFO.com.
Long Live E-mail
It may seem old-fashioned, but e-mail marketing is still valuable and cost-effective.
JPMorgan Slammed for Risk Failures
Two former JPMorgan CFOs could have done more to prevent last year's massive trading losses, a task force finds.
Weighty Delusion Could Hike Health Costs
Most employees think they are in good health, but more than half of them are wrong.
A Question of Definitions
The IASB concedes that it needs to clarify its definitions of assets and liabilities for debt instruments, but other ambiguities remain.
LeapFrog CFO Ray Arthur says the company keeps its products fresh by hiring smart people and keeping an eye on the competition.
Situation Under Control
Despite fiscal and economic uncertainty in the U.S. and Europe, multinational Johnson Controls sees better growth ahead. An interview with R. Bruce McDonald, EVP &spamp; CFO, Johnson Controls.