Finance

What M&A Banker Would Rather I Not Write


Methods that manipulate CEOs to pay more

Manage Risk Through Resilience


CEOs should build a culture that copes with the unforeseen.

The Secrets of Success

Indian enterpreneurs rely on the IndUS network for inspiration, advice and money.

In Search of a New Financial Order

One Global Standard For Financial Reporting Makes Sense.

Are the Big Four Gouging?

Nearly three years after the passage of Sarbanes-Oxley, audit costs at public companies are soaring, spurring outrage among CEOs.

High Stakes Move

To fulfill its enormous pension fund obligations, General Motors turns to riskier investments.

The High Cost of Kyoto

Champions of the Kyoto Protocol say curbing carbon emissions will ensure a safer, more prosperous future for all. But if developing countries don't go along with it, Kyoto could put the bite on U.S. GDP

CEO Strategies To Increase Share Price

Shareholder value, the CEO mantra of the 1990s, is like Victorian sex, more discussed than consummated. CE gathered a number of heavy breathers who argue that there are many things CEOs can do (legally) to create the valuation they think is merited.

Miles Collier

Why is an eclectic tycoon with a passion for pyramids soiling his suits in the real estate trenches of southern Florida? Miles Collier, managing...
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In Poll, Majority of CEOs Say Hybrid Work Is Here to Stay for 2022. Full Virtual? Not so Much

Almost all the CEOs we surveyed in May say they will work in at least partially hybrid mode for the rest of the year—versus just 7 percent who said they'd be fully remote.