Analyzing Product and Customer Profitability

Every company is eager to grow and to drive profits, but all too often business managers fail to recognize when those two goals may be mutually exclusive. In some instances, simply adding customers to...

The Deal “Tax”

They call it the “deal tax”: When a public company announces a merger or acquisition, it is greeted with one, two or half a dozen lawsuits, sometimes drafted and filed within hours of the...

Why A Seldom Used Ratio Is Now Defining The Strongest Financial Strategies

While contraction and layoffs may be inescapable, there are avenues to capital, and ultimately revenue, which are drastically underutilized.

‘You Can’t Follow A Formula’ When Leading A Tech Company’s Capital Management

SendCutSend CFO Kate York talks about the shift in accounting to be more proactive rather than reactive—and why that means she has to be innovative in problem-solving.

Special Report: Navigating Biden’s ESG-Driven Tax And Regulatory Agenda

As business braces for Biden’s 'Made in America' tax and regulatory pressures, here’s what you need to know.

Prepare For More Financial Scrutiny Ahead

CFOs need to review and strengthen their policies and procedures to ensure proper Covid, climate risk and ESG-related disclosures.


Being A Great Boss Matters More Than Ever

At a time when employees are leaving their jobs in record numbers, focusing on the relationship between leaders and direct reports is critical.


CFOs Say Better Use Of Data Needed To Push Innovation, New Poll Reveals

Nearly three-quarters of CFOs polled say their company aspires to outperform peers in the race for insightful data, but only 33 percent believe they’re currently ahead of the competition.