Return On Assets
Performance-based Pay Enriched CFOs in 2017
On the back of stronger revenue and operating income, both finance chiefs and CEOs saw their personal incomes leap by about 10% last year.
Study Supports Scrapping the 10-Q
Research yields first-of-its-kind evidence that greater reporting frequency begets corporate myopia.
Fears Over Downside to Clawbacks Are Unwarranted: Study
Contradicting prior research, a new report finds that increased performance-based compensation for CFOs actually steers them away from earnings management.
Brand Value Drives Corporate Value
With the right brand-value metrics and framework, managements can allocate marketing resources to improve both short- and long-term value creation.
High G&A Spending Tied To Greater Profits
Spending cash to achieve strategic goals beats tight cost controls at the bottom line, research suggests.
Bank Profits Surge 10.7% to Record $48.3B
An FDIC survey shows the industry is benefiting from increasing net interest margins, which reached an average of 3.22% in Q2.
Do High CEO Pay Ratios Harm Company Value?
In a word, no. In fact, a high ratio is associated with, although it does not cause, stronger earnings and stock performance, a new study finds.