McKinsey & Co.
McKinsey Fined $15M Over Disclosure Failures
The Department of Justice says the firm showed a "lack of candor" in seeking advisory appointments in bankruptcy cases.
McKinsey Accused of Running ‘Criminal Enterprise’
The founder of rival AlixPartners says the consulting firm hid conflicts of interest to win lucrative court appointments to represent bankrupt companies.
Landing the Megadeal: Seven Keys to Closing Big Sales That Make Money
Your salesforce needs help to remain objective, build trust, get the price right, and keep selling until the deal is done.
Are You Prepared for a Corporate Crisis?
No one can predict when disaster will strike — but knowing what to expect if it does will buy precious time.
Pressed by Investors, CFOs Awake to Sustainability
Finance chiefs' indifference to sustainability is slowly — and irreversibly — starting to change, a corporate valuation expert observes.
Why Capital Expenditures Need More CFO Attention
Companies in capital-intensive industries need to get more out of their capital budgets. CFOs can play a critical role.
Wal-Mart Found China Operation ‘Out of Control’
An internal review of Wal-Mart stores in China found questionable sales and accounting practices designed to make profits look stronger.
‘Desperate’ Pension Plans Move to Alternative Investments
Skeptics see the spiking interest in alternative investments as a passing fad, but a high-profile McKinsey report begs to differ.
How to Structure Your Staff for Success
One key is giving strategically focused areas greater independence, which will generate more ideas and allow CFOs the time to be more strategic themselves.
Stories of Demise of Health Coverage Are Exaggerated
Deloitte research shows that 9% of employers expect to eliminate health benefits within three years. But that result isn’t nearly as sensational as many reports on the research implied.