CFO Data Alert: New EU Law Has Teeth for U.S. Cos.
After May 25, 2018, companies found violating the General Data Protection Regulation are subject to fines of up to 4% of their annual worldwide revenues.
Confusion over what “artificial intelligence” is — and is not — poses challenges for CFOs.
The Roots of Organic Growth
There are many paths to growth, and high-performing companies take more than one.
Why Is There Still Gender Pay Disparity?
Companies' compensation for women doesn't reflect their performance levels or their impact on business results.
China Has a Productivity Opportunity: McKinsey
To prevent a hard landing, China needs to avoid overbuilt industries and direct investment to sectors that have the ability to raise productivity.
The Strategist CFO: A Conversation with ADP’s Jan Siegmund
As the finance chief’s remit has grown, companies have looked further afield to fill the role. Here’s how a former chief strategy officer fits in.
Five Myths About Zero-based Budgeting
Companies often shy away from the method because they fear it or believe it means “budgeting from zero.”
‘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.
Companies Seek Bigger Payoff from Sustainability Efforts
Many are struggling to align their sustainability initiatives with their core buiness goals, mission and values.
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Digital Enterprises
To stay competitive, companies must stop experimenting with digital and commit to transforming themselves into full digital businesses.
Building a Better Income Statement
If neither companies nor investors find GAAP-reported earnings useful, it’s clearly time for a new approach.