There are many recent examples of CFOs landing the top job at our biggest businesses. More will follow as CFOs become better leaders.
Ever been mistaken for the kitchen help or secretary while you're actually running the company? It seems to be a common occurrence – as evidenced by Twizoo co-founder Madeline Parra.
As the battle to grow fast and acquire market share becomes ever more difficult, we find out why joining forces as co-CEOs can have a positive impact on the business – even if it does lead to a few squabbles every now and then.
The prime minister has announced that businesses will be forced to publish average salaries for the people they employ in an effort to address the gender pay gap.
High street retailer Marks & Spencer has reported its first rise in profit for four years, with underlying profit before tax rising 6.1 per cent to £661.2m – described by CEO Marc Bolland as "good progress".
Actually, I am pretty bored of the whole government statistic thing. But then my accounts department has been having its annual tussle with a particularly absurd statistics requirement called Prodcom.
What happens when the directors and shareholders in a private company are the same people and those individuals no longer see eye to eye?
Two separate pieces of research have shown that while FTSE 100 companies have moved towards greater boardroom diversification, those at smaller listed firms and private businesses are shifting in the opposite direction.
In order for an FD to have a clear understanding of the needs of an organisation and communicate with the CEO and board, he needs to leave the more functional roles to other people.
The 'Festival of Media Global' study highlights how industries conducts business through networking, both online and offline.