The proposed budget, which would reduce spending by $5.5 trillion in the next decade, will likely be opposed by many in the Senate.
A short history of finance since 1985, as chronicled in cover stories of CFO magazine.
Finance chiefs at retail companies forecast 3.9% sales growth this year, driven by lower fuel prices and unemployment.
The finance department used to be an early adopter of technology. How can it overcome its present inertia?
The president's plan for business tax reform makes no sense.
Business travel spending is expected to rise 6% this year, with trip volume up nearly 2%, says the GBTA.
"The president will propose to end the across-the-board sequester cuts that threaten our economy and our military," says a spokesperson.
After accumulating cash in the fourth quarter of 2014, finance execs forecast greater spending this quarter, according to AFP.
The delivery service muscled up for Christmas to avoid delivery problems, but demand came in below expectations.
Poor distribution by Target reportedly meant that shelves lacked basic products.