But big, public, non-financial companies are generating cash partly by cutting capex, study finds.
Ironwood’s Tom Graney tries to focus investors on the firm’s pipeline rather than its revenue.
Capital plans will be approved or disapproved next week.
A 15-year surge in corporate cash flow may come to an end if companies can't generate any more inventory efficiencies.
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Technology investments are starting to pay off, creating urgency in management and boards to drive even more gains in operating income.
Companies would have to disclose the makeup of their inventory and the reasons for unusual changes in it.
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Absent an economic slowdown, strong free cash flow and accessible debt markets will keep companies from having to tap reserves.
Global uncertainty weighed on U.S.-based companies as they accelerated their cash hoarding in the third quarter.