Vol. 29 Nbr. 10, December - December 2013
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- Looking ahead to 2014.
- The next 80 years.
- New health law and benefits top midsized business concerns.
- Glimmers of hope in the next 12 months.
- Revenue forecasts raised by US private companies.
- CFOs more confident managing risk.
- David and Goliath: underdogs, misfits, and the art of battling Giants.
- 2013: a political obituary.
- 7 financial leadership landmines.
- Litigation lessons for financial executives: in cases related to embezzlement, executive compensation and Ponzi schemes, litigation involving accounting and financial executives could have been avoided. Here's how.
- CFOs take notice big data may be your new best friend.
- Accounting revenue governance: integrated assurance to strengthen an ethical culture.
- Is BYOPC right for your organization: organizations that are not already evaluating the merits and risks of BYOPC should be.
- Convergence 2014 the tip of the iceberg.
- Q&A With NYSE's David A. Ethridqe: senior vice president and head of the capital markets group at NYSE Euronext, discusses how some elements of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act--known as the JOBS Act--is drivinq IPO qrowth in the U.S.
- Notable results from annual US goodwill impairment study.
- CFOs need a new financial accounting system.
- Avoiding the costs of making the wrong senior-level hire: a bad hiring decision at the senior level can have far-reaching implications that could impact the direction, strategy and operations of the company causing profound pain to the company's bottom line.
- Building back-office operating efficiency, one app at a time.
- Edwards, Parfet and Salerno Inducted into FEI's 8th Hall of Fame.
- Balance sheet: to reach your goals, Gene Kostelac advises: "Follow your dreams, make sure you get the necessary education and experience and always be optimistic, no matter what negative comments anyone else may offer.".
- Upcoming conferences & events 2014.