In a new CFO survey, finance chiefs talk about the challenges they face in finding equilibrium between their jobs and their personal lives.
The availability of cheap debt has reduced companies’ incentive to improve working capital management.
Is that too much to ask for? These days, it may be.
The issue of sales tax collection divides brick-and-mortar companies from online vendors.
Where do most people keep their nonretirement savings? That and other questions answered in our survey about how Americans manage their money.
Across industry sectors, CFO optimism is tempered by an uncertain business environment.
Enterprise performance management systems are becoming more powerful, more user friendly, and more accessible.
Cumbersome technology prevents companies from fully exploiting the valuable compliance data generated by HR functions.
The giant retailer is launching a new strategy, emphasizing e-commerce and the customer experience, says CFO Charles Holley.
New mobile technologies are changing the way consumers and companies pay for goods and services.