Your team has clear insight into the financials that can help your company uncover new ways to save. Take overhead costs, for example.
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.
An ongoing objective for your finance team is to find savings opportunities. And never before has that been so necessary.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic has left many small and mid-sized businesses in the lurch with no help from their insurance carriers. So says Andrea Luoni, CEO and Founder of RateCraft, a company that has saved companies over $20 million in premium costs across more than 1,200 optimized projects. And brace yourself: You’re about to pay even […]
Every company is vulnerable to internet fraud, no matter where they’re located. But the ones in these six states took the largest financial hit last year. The following states all reported losses totaling between $99 million and $199 million last year, according to the FBI: Colorado Illinois Missouri Ohio Pennsylvania, and Virginia. That comes from […]
There’s some good news. Businesses in one state have just received a new safe harbor to protect them from costly litigation if you get hit with a data breach. That will help protect you (and your wallet) from lawsuits from customers – or even employees – asserting your company didn’t do enough to protect them […]
Granted, business travel has yet to return to pre-pandemic levels. But you still want to ensure employees are spending smart. A new report by TripAction offers pricing benchmarks to help you see if your expense report totals are in line. The Summer Business Travel Recovery Report compares June 2020 pricing info with June 2021 numbers. […]
Spring is just a few weeks away, but there’s an even more encouraging thaw looming: on your salary.
You hear them all the time – maybe you even use them now and then. But should these 10 words receive a time-out?
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.
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!
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