Where are companies trapped in the IPO pipeline turning for additional financing?
A stronger greenback is a mixed blessing to U.S. companies with big international operations.
Big investment banks are down, but smaller ones may be up.
More companies are under assault as unsolicited bids proliferate.
Though awash in cash, the company is determined to avoid complacency and places an ultra-high priority on forward-looking strategy, the CFO says.
Burned by complex deals, investment banks show a new appreciation for simplicity.
Talk about getting caught between a rock and a hard place: a spike in supply costs and in the cost of capital needed to pay for them.
Finance chiefs fear the current crisis will have a domino effect on banks, curbing lending to consumers as well as to their own corporations.
Worried about their unused commitments to borrowers, banks are cutting a vital source of credit for corporations.
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