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CFO 2013

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

CFO 2010-2013 | Journal Bibliographies

Banham, R. 2013. A well-oiled machine: How oil giant Baker Hughes integrated its far-flung finance operations. CFO (March): 32-35. (Case study).

Banham, R. 2013. All together now: The convergence of social, mobile and cloud technologies -"SoMoClo" - is changing the way companies work. CFO (July/August): 42-46.

Banham, R. 2013. Beating back bankruptcy. CFO (October): 40-41.

Banham, R. 2013. Cities on the brink: Municipal finance chiefs are fighting to keep their troubled cities solvent. Sometimes it's a losing battle. CFO (October): 36-42.

Banham, R. 2013. Colleges in a crunch: In an age of austerity, college CFOs are helping their institutions find revenue and do more with less. CFO (January/February): 44-49.

Banham, R. 2013. Earning their keep: Finance chiefs' pay is increasing aligned with corporate performance, as our report on trends in CFO compensation reveals. CFO (July/August): 34-40. (Median CFO total compensation in 2012: S&P 500 - $3,136,952. S&P MidCap 400 - $1,672,611. S&P SmallCap 600 - $987,219).

Banham, R. 2013. May the field be with you: Cloud-based applications are pushing out planning and forecasting to workers in the farthest reaches of the company. CFO (September): 38-44.

Banham, R. 2013. Playing defense: CFOs of defense contractors are preparing their companies for a new era of austerity at the Pentagon. CFO (November): 34-40.

Banham, R. 2013. The 2013 CFO/Rel working capital scorecard: Still not working. Working capital performance among large U.S. public companies has improved only marginally over the last two years, according to REL Consulting's annual survey. CFO (June): 44-50.

Banham, R. 2013. Skin in the game. CFO (June): 47. (Working capital).

Banham, R. 2013. The great pension derisking: Stung by funding shortfalls time and again, companies are using a variety of tactics to lighten their pension burdens for good. CFO (April): 40-46.

Banham, R. 2013. Weathering the weather. In the face of extreme weather and natural disasters, companies are reengineering their supply chains for added reliability. CFO (May): 44-48.

Button, K. 2013. Clouds in the forecast: Finance departments will invest heavily in cloud computing in the coming year. CFO (December): 34-39.

Button, K. 2013. Insight on demand growing your accounting systems with your company. CFO (December): 45-49.

Button, K. 2013. Poised for takeoff: Propelled by new technologies and savings on overhead and maintenance, IT spending is on the rise. CFO (September): 50-51.

CFO. 2013. CFOs still waiting to fund Capex. CFO (April): 15.

CFO. 2013. Franchise nation. CFO (November): 21.

CFO. 2013. Happy birthday, Dodd-Frank! CFO (July/August): 10.

CFO. 2013. IPO outlook promising. CFO (January/February): 14.

CFO. 2013. Lend me your ears. CFO (November): 17. (Comment letters on FASB and IASB lease accounting).

CFO. 2013. Rebels with a smartphone. CFO (November): 30. (Forget trying to ban personal devices at work).

CFO. 2013. The 2013. CFO/REL working capital scorecard. CFO (June): 50-52.

Connor, M. P. 2013. Housing smarts: Clever financing and a "long -land" business model helped Toll Brothers weather the recession. Now, business is picking up for the luxury-home builder. CFO (April): 36-38.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. A question of definitions. CFO (January/February): 15-16.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Accelerated restatements speed up. CFO (April): 12.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Accounting watchdog raps small audit firms. CFO (March): 10.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Banks get a FATCA breather: The government give financial institutions six more months to comply with the new tax-evasion law. CFO (September): 18-20.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Chief stewards, chief strategists: Finance chiefs are called on to balance stewardship and strategic planning. CFO (November): 25.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Discontent with big four grows. CFO (July/August): 13.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. FASB proposes survival guidance. CFO (July/August): 12.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. FASB wants banks to forecast loan losses. CFO (January/February): 12.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Firms cautions on hiring. CFO (November): 12.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Forecasting comes of age. CFO (March): 48-50. (Ten questions to a better forecast).

Hoffelder, K. 2013. House to SEC: Use XBRL. CFO (November): 16-17.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. How green is your country? The KPMG Green Tax Index shows how active countries are in encouraging sustainable corporate behavior. CFO (June): 12.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. IRS shares data to snare evaders. CFO (June): 14.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Long live spreadsheets. Tax departments are in no hurry to give up their favorite tool. CFO (November): 26-28.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Makeover for audit standards. CFO (May): 12.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Out of control. CFO (December): 12. (Audits of internal controls).

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Profit shifters face global crackdown. CFO (May): 18-20. (Transfer pricing).

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Shaking up audit reports: A new proposal by the PCAOB could bring sweeping changes to audit reports and what auditors sign off on. CFO (October): 18-20.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Shock of recognition: A new rule for revenue recognition could raise thorny challenges for CFOs. CFO (December): 30-32.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Should audit committees say more? CFO (April): 18-20.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Standards call for green disclosure. CFO (September): 12.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Standard setters near leasing finish line. FASB and the IASB move closer toward a final lease-accounting standard, but several sticking points remain. CFO (June): 11-12.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Taxing their patience: The ACA's medical-device tax and a proposed internet sales tax could rile CFOS in 2014. CFO (December): 32-34.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. The lowdown on tax rates. CFO (June): 18-19.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. The OECD weights in. CFO (October): 14. (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development on cross-border tax evasion).

Hoffelder, K. 2013. The softer side of accounting. Finance and accounting staffers lack critical communication and other "soft" skills, according to a CFO survey. CFO (July/August): 16-17.

Hoffelder, K. 2013. Top audit deficiency: Lack of evidence. CFO (June): 19.

Hoffelder. K. 2013. U.K. watchdog softens audit rotation stance: Companies will be required to put their audit contract out for tender every 10 years. CFO (November): 17.

Hyatt, J. 2013. Growing their own way. CFO (January/February): 54-55.

Hyatt, J. 2013. Raising the standard for compliance. Faced with a blizzard of regulatory changes, finance executives have grabbed their shovels. But a new survey questions whether they can dig fast enough. CFO (November): 54-55.

Hyatt, J. and M. Surka. 2013. Being all things to some people: To compete with Goliaths, corporate David's need plenty of organizational flexibility. CFO (October): 58-59.

Hyatt, J. and M. Surka. 2013. Many unhappy returns: CFOs are often disappointed by the results they get from their IT spending. But is it the technology at fault - or their decision making? CFO (April): 57-58.

Jelen, B. 2013. All the Excel shortcuts. CFO (May): 12.

Jelen, B. 2013. Ask MrExcel. CFO (April): 14.

Jelen, B. 2013. Ask MrExcel. Making a list. CFO (June): 15.

Jelen, B. 2013. Horizontal help. CFO (January/February): 14.

Jelen, B. 2013. What's in a name? CFO (March): 12.

Katz, D. M. 2013. An appetite for risk: A company may have the ability to retain the cost of covering a potential exposure. But does it have the stomach for it? CFO (July/August): 48-50.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Attacking the hackers: Companies are mad as hell about data breaches - and some aren't taking it anymore. CFO (October): 30-31.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Budget proposal could hike property, terrorism rates. CFO (May): 14.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Companies grabbing captive cash. CFO (June): 27.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Compliance chiefs seek more money. CFO (July/August): 11.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Compliance mountains to climb: Almost half of finance executives predict they'll have to spend more to follow the rules in 2014. CFO (December): 23-26.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Conflict avoidance: Many companies have yet to come to grips with the SEC's rule on conflict minerals. CFO (September): 32-33.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Cyber insurance on the rise: Expensive data breaches have piqued corporate interest in this coverage. CFO (October): 31.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Merger suits push up D&O rates. CFO (September): 14.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Mortgage insurance crackdown: A cautionary tale. CFO (June): 26-27.

Katz, D. M. 2013. "Pit bull" CFO drives Detroit turnaround. CFO (September): 10-12.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Risk management costs surge. CFO (October): 14.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Sandy leaves rates untouched. CFO (June): 14.

Katz, D. M. 2013. Unearting workers' comp costs: The case for CFO involvement in workers' compensation risks is buried in the financial statements. CFO (December): 41-43.

McCann, D. 2013. A lesson in profits: Stanley Black & Decker has made $60 million over 10 years through its finance training program. CFO (April): 28-29. (Foundations of Financial Excellence program).

McCann, D. 2013. A new breed of CFO: Silicon Valley companies are spawning finance chiefs with deep experience in data analytics and an aptitude for driving the sales process. CFO (September): 28-30.

McCann, D. 2013. An incentive to control incentive pay. CFO (June): 22-24.

McCann, D. 2013. Are companies bluffing on health benefits? CFO (September): 14.

McCann, D. 2013. Can productivity predict share prices? CFO (July/August): 22-23.

McCann, D. 2013. Execs prefer homegrown CFOs. CFO (May): 26-28.

McCann, D. 2013. Getting on board. CFO (March): 20-22. (Topics boards expect CFOs to talk about).

McCann, D. 2013. Health care in the spotlight: A host of converging care trends and new Affordable Care Act provisions will get CFOs' attention in the new year. CFO (December): 20-23.

McCann, D. 2013. Healthy company, sound investment? The quality of firms' health benefits plan may influence its stock price. CFO (November): 22-23.

McCann, D. 2013. Large companies eye private health exchanges: The online portals have attracted small corporate customers so far, but large employers are now taking an interest. CFO (October): 28-29.

McCann, D. 2013. Operations take center stage. CFO (January/February): 23-24.

McCann, D. 2013. Other people's money. CFO (May): 34-36. (Interview with Jan Siegmund of Automatic Data Processing).

McCann, D. 2013. Pension plans move to derisk. CFO (December): 10.

McCann, D. 2013. Power player: The CFO of utility giant PPL has plenty on his plate - Aging infrastructure, conservation mandates, even extreme weather. CFO (July/August): 30-32.

McCann, D. 2013. Private exchanges pick up speed. CFO (November): 14.

McCann, D. 2013. Restricted choices. CFO (October): 12. (Employee benefits - restricted stock).

McCann, D. 2013. Situation under control. CFO (January/February): 32-34.

McCann, D. 2013. Small companies may have to offer IRAs. CFO (May): 24-25.

McCann, D. 2013. Software for the people: Baffled by the ever-increasing variety of HR applications? Here's how to choose the right ones for your company. CFO (May): 50-55.

McCann, D. 2013. Solar crowdfunding heats up. CFO (December): 9.

McCann, D. 2013. The (Liberal Arts) education of a CFO: It's said to be of questionable value. But a liberal arts education can provide a vital advantage in a finance career, as four CFOs found. CFO (October): 44-48.

McCann, D. 2013. The other tech IPO. CFO (December): 12.

McCann, D. 2013. Weighty delusion could hike health costs. CFO (January/February): 13.

McCann, D. and K. Hoffelder. 2013. Back from the brink: Hartford's share price fell almost 97% during the financial crisis, but a determined turnaround has put the insurer back on firm ground. CFO (December): 14-16.

McDonald, C. 2013. Buying property insurance in stormy times. CFO (April): 48-52.

McDonald, C. 2013. Captives face double taxation. CFO (April): 15.

McDonald, C. 2013. Don't forget about Forex risk. CFO (January/February): 27-28.

McDonald, C. and D. M. Katz. 2013. A deceptive calm. CFO (March): 24-25. (Directors and officers liability coverage).

Milano, G. V. 2013. Keeping score on growth: Performance scorecards that include a company's reinvestment rate and reinvestment effectiveness can complement profit and return measures. CFO (April): 30-31.

Myers, R. 2013. The evolving bond market. CFO (March): 43-47.

O'Sullivan, K. 2013. Poised for growth: CFOs plan to hire and spend more, according to the latest Duke/CFO global business outlook survey. CFO (April): 53-55.

O'Sullivan, K. 2013. Public knowledge: For small-company CFOs, the rewards of being public don't always outweigh the headaches. CFO (May): 56-57.

O'Sullivan, K. 2013. Slow and unsteady. CFO (January/February): 51-53.

O'Sullivan, K. 2013. Practiced, but not perfect. CFO (March): 52-53. (Expanding offshore resources).

Owens, D. 2013. Back to business Finance chiefs in the latest Duke/CFO outlook survey are refocusing on competitive issues. CFO (October): 55-57.

Owens, D. 2013. Guardedly upbeat. CFO (July/August): 51-53. (Economic survey).

Owens, D. 2013. The story of numbers: Why CFOs view narrative as a plus in financial reports. CFO (March): 54-55.

Owens, D. 2013. Treasury's rising star. CFO (July/August): 54-55.

Owens, D. and J. Hyatt. 2013. Out of Africa, opportunity: Chinese and Indian companies are rapidly expanding their footprints on the continent. But for U.S. firms, the opportunity is tempered by uncertainty. CFO (September): 53-54.

Owens, D. and J. Staeck. 2013. Long distance calling: For small and midsize businesses, expanding overseas can lead into unfamiliar - and sometimes unfriendly - terrain. CFO (September): 56-58.

Owens, D. and M. Surka. 2013. In recovery: A global survey reveals that companies are prepared to invest in growth - one careful dose at a time. CFO (June): 58-59.

Owens, D. W. 2013. Get IT right - Or get left behind: Buying information technology is easy. Harnessing it to its full potential is the hard part. CFO (December): 50-51.

Owens, D. W. 2013. Optimism's new address: Europe: European CFOs are more positive about economic conditions for a change - unlike their counterparts elsewhere. CFO (November): 52-53.

Pochione, A. 2013. Cloud control: Cloud provider data breaches are rare. Even so, make sure your service contract offers protection for one. CFO (November): 28.

Provost, T. 2013. Cyber-attack order raises questions. CFO (March): 25.

Provost, T. 2013. Firms boost budgets for online 10-Ks. CFO (January/February): 13.

Provost, T. 2013. Long live e-mail. CFO (January/February): 29-30.

Provost, T. 2013. Regulatory climate puts tech firms on edge: Pricing pressures and M&A integration are also top risk concerns, a new report finds. CFO (July/August): 28. (Top ten company risk factors: Federal, state or local regulations, competition in the tech sector; pricing pressures, U.S. general economic conditions...).

Provost, T. 2013. SEC OKs social media disclosures. CFO (May): 11.

Provost, T. 2013. The XBRL factor. CFO (March): 28-29.

Rosenbaum, D. 2013. A new breed of salesperson. CFO (January/February): 21-22.

Rosenbaum, D. 2013. The new tax landscape. CFO (March): 17-18.

Rosenbaum, D. 2013. Waiting for the dough: Small companies need sound strategies to deal with delinquent large customers. CFO (April): 24-25.

Ryan, V. 2013. Bank risk fixes fall short. CFO (September): 15.

Ryan, V. 2013. Bankruptcy fees: Out of control? CFO (June): 21.

Ryan, V. 2013. Basel tweak eases threat to borrowing. CFO (January/February): 10-12.

Ryan, V. 2013. Beware these corporate laggards: Some large U.S. Companies have unusually high days payable outstanding. CFO (October): 26-27.

Ryan, V. 2013. Bernanke's hint jolts junk bonds. CFO (July/August): 10-11.

Ryan, V. 2013. Boards and CFOs diverge on M&A goals. CFO (October): 11.

Ryan, V. 2013. Borrowing without banks: Alternative lenders will provide capital to small and midsize companies when banks won't. CFO (October): 50-53.

Ryan, V. 2013. Checks, cards, and fraud: Check fraud remains prevalent, but attacks on corporate cards are rising, too. CFO (April): 33-34.

Ryan, V. 2013. Crowdfunding for grown-ups. CFO (March): 8-9.

Ryan, V. 2013. Currency risks: Disturbance in the water: After two years of relative stability, the currency markets may be readying for a year of heightened volatility. Will companies be prepared? CFO (December): 27-30.

Ryan, V. 2013. Deregistered and delisted? No worries. CFO (April): 22-23.

Ryan, V. 2013. Do leaks pay? In theory, a seller and a buyer can benefit from prematurely disclosing and M&A deal. But the reality can be disastrous. CFO (May): 22-23.

Ryan, V. 2013. Eyes on the price: Four finance executives reveal how they avoid overpaying for an acquisition. CFO (March): 13-16.

Ryan, V. 2013. Guns and money. GE Capital joins the list of lenders that adhere to a sense of right and wrong when screening borrowers. CFO (June): 20-21.

Ryan, V. 2013. IMF criticizes easy money policies. CFO (May): 33.

Ryan, V. 2013. IPO window rarely closes. CFO (October): 24.

Ryan, V. 2013. Japan easing heightens yen exposures. CFO (May): 32-33.

Ryan, V. 2013. JP Morgan slammed for risk failures. CFO (January/February): 28.

Ryan, V. 2013. More uncertainty = more cash: In a volatile political climate, companies continue to build their cash hoards. CFO (December): 8-9.

Ryan, V. 2013. Raising the bar for leveraged borrowers. CFO (April): 11-12.

Ryan, V. 2013. Restoring balance to bankruptcy. CFO (January/February): 18-19.

Ryan, V. 2013. Selling method: The former CFO of a successful "green" consumer-brand company share what she learned from the company's recent sale. CFO (July/August): 24-25.

Ryan, V. 2013. Share synergies? Yes. Paying a premium for an acquisition's synergies can yield a valuable return, a study finds. CFO (June): 31-32.

Ryan, V. 2013. Shifting alliances: Management and the board of directors may assume that a company's institutional shareholders will be their allies in a fight with an activist investor. They shouldn't. CFO (October): 22-24.

Ryan, V. 2013. Special report. Cash Management: Better than nothing: Tired of little or no return, treasury departments are reaching for yield on their cash balances. Are the risks worth it? CFO (June): 54-57.

Ryan, V. 2013. Spirited away: Tracking operational data more closely led a liquor distributor to employees committing fraud and theft. CFO (July/August): 26-28.

Ryan, V. 2013. Strategic acquirers see ratings fall: Half of the companies that have completed large merger deals since 2000 now have lower credit ratings, says Standard & Poor's. CFO (November): 18-19.

Ryan, F. 2013. Taking their chances, firms shun hedging. CFO (November): 11.

Ryan, V. 2013. The amazing shrinking treasury: Even after years of pursuing greater efficiency, companies are still finding ways to cut costs and head count in the treasury unit. CFO (November): 19.

Ryan, V. 2013. The bank inside your supply chain: Banking and commerce are supposed to stay separated. But U.S. financial institutions find it more profitable to mix the two. CFO (September): 21-22.

Ryan, V. 2013. The Chinese bank syndrome: Chinese banks have latent credit risks that will rise to the surface as the country's economic growth slows. CFO (October): 10-11.

Ryan, V. 2013. The ROI of doing the right thing: As Sierra Nevada Brewing grows, so does the cost of its sustainability projects. Finance ensures the projected savings are realistic. CFO (July/August): 20-21.

Ryan, V. 2013. The three percent solution: The Basel Committee on banking supervision says its new formula would provide an "extra layer of protection" against bank blowups. CFO (July/August): 25.

Ryan, V. 2013. Weather report. CFO (November): 56. (CFO of The Weather Company).

Ryan, V. 2013. Will the jobs act harm naive investors? CFO (July/August): 18-19.

Ryan, V, D. M. Katz, D. McCann and A. Ponchione. 2013. CFOs uneasy after shutdown. CFO (November): 10-11.

Sawers, A. 2013. Get ready for SEPA. CFO (March): 26-27. (Single Euro Payments Area).

Segarra, M. 2013. A $14 million tip. CFO (November): 14. (Whistle-blower payout).

Segarra, M. 2013. A boardroom challenge. Pre-IPO companies should pay special attention to their boards. CFO (June): 25.

Segarra, M. 2013. Can Twitter avoid IPO blunders? When the social media darling goes public, it would do well to avoid the mistakes of Facebook and Groupon. CFO (September): 24-25.

Segarra, M. 2013. Designer finance. CFO (September): 60.

Segarra, M. 2013. Emerging lessons: Some emerging-market multinationals are outperforming their foreign competitors. What can U.S. companies learn from their successes? CFO (November): 24-25.

Segarra, M. 2013. E-payments growing, but bring risk. CFO (June): 15.

Segarra, M. 2013. Finance chiefs call for Visa reforms. CFO (May): 10-11.

Segarra, M. 2013. Furnishing growth: How the CFO of an online home-goods retailer helped build a sturdy platform for rapid growth. CFO (October): 32-34.

Segarra, M. 2013. Innovation: A make-or-buy decision: How some CFOs decide when to innovate internally and when to acquire. CFO (November): 20-21.

Segarra, M. 2013. Latin America wants female execs. CFO (October): 12.

Segarra, M. 2013. Lean growth ahead: Growth-company CFOs see fatter times in 2014, but are keeping their operations trim. CFO (December): 38-39.

Segarra, M. 2013. Leaping ahead. CFO (January/February): 56.

Segarra, M. 2013. Let's make a deal: InnerWorkings has grown by leaps and bounds, thanks in part to a steady stream of acquisitions. CFO (November): 30-32.

Segarra, M. 2013. Not-so-great expectations. CFO (December): 10. (Lower forecast for middle-market companies).

Segarra, M. 2013. On the bright side. CFO (October): 60.

Segarra, M. 2013. Private firms more creditworthy. CFO (July/August): 12.

Segarra, M. 2013. Righting the ship. CFO (June): 60. (Interview with Mark Poncin, CFO of Chris-Craft).

Segarra, M. 2013. SEC proposes crowdfunding rules. CFO (November): 12.

Segarra, M. 2013. Small-business loan process could ease. CFO (July/August): 21.

Segarra, M. 2013. The art of mentoring: Five female CFOs tell how mentors helped them succeed - and how they are returning the favor. CFO (May): 38-43.

Segarra, M. 2013. The game plan. CFO (May): 60.

Segarra, M. 2013. The matching principle. CFO (December): 52. (CFO of Avalanche, an online dating firm)

Segarra, M. 2013. Two-part harmony. CFO (March): 56. (Orchestra CFO on negotiating contracts with unions).

Segarra, M. 2013. Versed in many subjects. CFO (July/August): 56.

Segarra, M. 2013. Will VC firms join the crowd? How crowdfunding and venture capital can coexist. CFO (May): 25.

Surka, M. and J. Hyatt. 2013. Where are your travel dollars going? CFO (May): 58-59.

Taylor, P. 2013. A universal green metric: A start-up company claims its software will change the way companies budget for sustainability initiatives. CFO (April): 34.

Teach, E. 2013. 401(k)s: Time for a checkup: Make sure your company's 401(k) plan enables employees to secure a healthy retirement. CFO (November): 48-51.

Teach, E. 2013. Calm, cool and collecting: How HVAC giant Lennox International transformed its credit and collections function. CFO (September): 47-48. (Case study).

Teach, E. 2013. Fiscal blight. CFO (October): 4.

Teach, E. 2013. From the editor. CFO (April): 4.

Teach, E. 2013. Group effort. CFO (December): 2.

Teach, E. 2013. In the comfort zone: Wyndham's cash-generating business model keeps investors happy - and presents enviable challenges for CFO Tom Conforti. CFO (September): 34-36.

Teach, E. 2013. In the fast lane at GM. CFO (January/February): 36-42.

Teach, E. 2013. It's all in the game: GameStop is pulling out all the stops to keep up with the evolution of the video-game industry, says finance chief Robert Lloyd. CFO (June): 34-36.

Teach, E. 2013. Living with uncertainty. CFO (November): 4.

Teach, E. 2013. Play ball! CFO (April): 60. (Interview with Steve Fitch of the Boston Red Sox).

Teach, E. 2013. Seeking words of wisdom and Editors picks. CFO (May): 4.

Teach, E. 2013. Show us the money. CFO (June): 4.

Teach, E. 2013. Smarter operations. CFO (March): 3.

Teach, E. 2013. The best medicines. CFO (March): 36-40. (Interview with Peter Kellog, CFO of Merck & Co.).

Teach, E. 2013. The fundamental things apply. CFO (September): 4.

Teach, E. 2013. The upside of ERM: Many companies are mitigating risk with enterprise risk management, but some are using the programs to uncover new opportunities and create value. CFO (November): 42-46.

Teach, E. 2013. Too much cash? Corporate balance sheets are swelling with cash, reaching $1.8 trillion at the end of 2012. Many accuse companies of hoarding, but there's more to the story. CFO (June): 38-42.

Teach, E. 2013. What's a CFO worth? CFO (July/August): 4.