Buoyed by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, U.S. CFOs project sizable increases in earnings, capital spending, and technology outlays this year.
U.S. finance chiefs see earnings growth in 2018, but they also expect higher wage and benefits costs.
Many CFOs are failing to deliver mission-critical information and decision-support data to their boards of directors.
A shifting economic and regulatory environment is driving increased pension risk transfer activity.
Tight labor markets are inhibiting corporate expansion, according to the third-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook survey.
A technology talent shortage is impacting companies and boosting the value proposition of managed IT services.
For CFOs, the lure of the destination — genuine data-driven decision-making that drives enterprise-wide innovation — is worth the difficulty of…