Here's a Wall Street Journal story about Rolls-Royce's future CFO, Stephen Daintith.
I like this CFO article on finance chiefs who prefer startups. Had I not bailed on my accounting and finance career for the glamorous world of writing on the internet, I think I would've pursued this route.
An embezzling CFO, a tax-evading princess, and a money-laundering Vatican accountant walk into a bar. Oh, sorry, I meant a court room, to answer for their respective white collar crimes.
A Robert Half survey of U.S. CFOs found that the “greatest challenge” for finance personnel “when working with other departments,” is the interaction “with a variety of personalities.”
At the Wall Street Journal's CFO Network event yesterday, a nameless CFO asked SEC Division of Corporate Finance, Keith Higgins, “What gives with the PCAOB? Do they really mean to be slow and not transparent?”
See? It *is* a useful invention.
Accounting Principals Senior Vice President Jodi Chavez told Accounting Today that middle management is making a comeback within some finance departments. Man, CFOs can be impatient.
Just a peek behind the curtain.
Let's just put what we had for lunch in the audit report while we're at it.
Only the TOUGH questions from CFO: