As finance leaders know well, business travel is booming. And that puts controlling travel spend high on your priority list.
You hear them all the time – maybe you even use them now and then. But should these 10 words receive a time-out?
You’ll feel the impact of the Supreme Court’s historic rulings on gay marriage fast, no matter what state you’re located in.
You’d think the $3,200 employees of the GSA spent on a mind reader could have told them this business trip wasn’t a good idea!
Spring is just a few weeks away, but there’s an even more encouraging thaw looming: on your salary.
While many companies have employed a variety of survival strategies, British Airways took cost control to an entirely new level with its latest move — asking employees to work for nothing.
It seems like a goal any red-blooded CFO would find tough to argue with: reduce the company’s costs. Unless people are going about it the wrong way.
OK, finance execs, say you had a magic wand. What’s the one thing you would change in your company? It might get some chuckles, but there’s one answer that comes up over and over.