Leadership Lessons From a Year of Mass Disruption
"The volatility of the past year cannot be overstated. We’ve been calling it the 'agility economy.'"
CFOs Find a New Role as Legal Strategists
As companies take a profit-driven approach to litigation, CFOs are part of conversations about leveraging legal assets, such as through litigation finance.
GE Profits Plummet, But Hopeful Signs Appear
GE's second-quarter profits sank 30% from last year, but revenue was up, beating analyst expectations.
The Great Wealth Transfer is Here … Now What?
A massive migration of assets from the baby boomers will have a dramatic impact in virtually every industry.
Recruiting for Next-Generation Finance Skills
The future of recruiting for professionals with the right finance skills isn't really about replacing human beings but about making humans smarter.
Merger Mania: How to Reconcile Tax Functions
What often gets lost in the headlines of big merger announcements are the massive integration challenges involved with streamlining two companies.
The 2016 CFO Readers’ Choice Awards
Your favorite accounting firms, banks, software providers, and professional services firms.
The Robo-Accountants Are Coming
How professional services firms need to prepare for the robo revolution.
EBay Forecasts Weaker Revenue and Profit
The online retailer also reported lower net income and flat revenue for the fourth quarter of 2015.
VC Firms Report Another Strong Fundraising Year
Dollar commitments hit $28.2 billion, well above the annual average since 2006, said Thomson Reuters and the NVCA.
Walmart Cuts Earnings Projections
Another large retailer reports tepid second-quarter earnings numbers.