Five Steps to a More Effective Global Treasury
Demands on the corporate treasurer are changing, and many are struggling to keep up.
On the Road Again
The CFO of trucking giant Ryder says demand is on the rise. An interview with Art Garcia, CFO, Ryder System.
Easing the Squeeze: The 2011 Working Capital Scorecard
As sales revive and coffers swell, companies seem less intent on wringing cash out of working capital.
Six Ways to Stretch Your Payment Terms
When it comes to working capital improvements, accounts payable may yield an abundant crop of low-hanging fruit.
To Cut Working Capital, Try Bonuses
Pay incentives for hitting working capital targets proved effective during the recession, although companies are already starting to scale them back.
A Crash Course in Working Capital
Karen Daniel, CFO of privately held Black & Veatch, is a stickler for GAAP and wants every manager to understand how their daily tasks affect corporate working capital.
When Are Capital Contributions Not Taxable?
Looking for tax savings? Don't forget this relatively new private letter ruling that expels certain "contributions to capital" from taxable gross income.