CFOs See Silver Linings to Coronavirus Crisis
Grant Thornton reports that more than 60% of CFOs cited improved flexible and remote work environments as an upside of the pandemic.
CFOs: The Architects of Enterprise Transformation
CFOs need to be part strategists, part change champions, and part value-creating tacticians to lead enterprise-wide transformation.
What Elite CFOs Are Doing
Moving beyond their role as economic guardians, elite CFOs are becoming architects of business value and catalysts of digital strategies.
Short Sellers Fleeing Netflix, Alphabet, and Other Tech Names
Some big-name tech stocks are among the five stocks that have experienced the most net short-covering in the past 30 days.
Do You Remember?: The Quiz
Take our quiz on these finance news stories to see how many you might have already forgotten.
Nasdaq to Buy Financial Fraud Detection Company Verafin
The $2.75 billion deal is the largest for the exchange since it acquired OMX in 2008 for $3.8 billion.
Reshaping the CFO Role
The pandemic has chief financial officers once again playing an ever-increasing strategic role in forward-thinking organizations.
Special Report: Nailing the Number
The stakes are high when forecasting sales revenue. Here’s how CFOs are inching closer to producing reliable targets.
Upgrading the Engagement
The Big Four have developed impressive technology platforms and tools. Here’s how they might improve auditing.
M&A Risks: Buyers Beware
The pressure to grow sales and profits is translating into a need for speed. But acquirers play a risky game if they cut corners on due diligence.
The CFO as Lead Performer
Finance chiefs aim to break out of their traditional roles to boost enterprise performance, steer technology management, and refine talent development.