The struggling cosmetics company postponed an investor meeting, sparking rumors of a major strategic move.
A deterioration in business credit conditions in March does not bode well for the U.S. economy, says the NACM.
Durable goods orders fell 1.4% in February, a significant variance from economists' median forecast of a rise of 0.2%.
The software giant does hedge its foreign cash flows, but the euro's drop could still give 2015 sales and earnings a double-digit percentage boost.
A strong U.S. dollar and other currency swings are revealing companies' shortcomings in the area of identifying and quantifying foreign-exchange…
The return on invested capital goal is part of a new "capital allocation framework" that will "return all available free cash flow to shareholders."
A short history of finance since 1985, as chronicled in cover stories of CFO magazine.
The numbers are still being totaled, but S&P 500 companies are estimated to have handed back almost $900 billion in cash to shareholders last year.
The Experian/Moody’s Analytics Small Business Credit Index shows credit balances growing and delinquency rates dipping to cyclical lows.
After seven years of financial turmoil, the big trucking company finally exits survival mode.