Latest Duke/CFO Survey Shows U.S. Finance Chiefs Optimistic, But Wary of Hiring
European CFOs are more positive about economic conditions for a change—unlike their counterparts elsewhere.
For small and midsize businesses, expanding overseas can lead into unfamiliar — and sometimes unfriendly — terrain.
Chinese and Indian companies are rapidly expanding their footprints on the continent. But for U.S. firms, the opportunity is tempered by uncertainty.
In the latest Duke University/&splt;i>CFO&splt;/i> Global Business Outlook Survey, U.S. finance chiefs show indications of getting back to business.
Growth and globalization are changing the role of corporate treasury.
A global survey reveals that companies are prepared to invest in growth — one careful dose at a time.
In the latest Duke University/&splt;i>CFO&splt;/i> Global Business Outlook Survey, U.S. finance chiefs see the economy improving, but remain cautious with their cash.
Why CFOs view narrative as a plus in financial reports.
Most CFOs expect employees &spamp;#8212; even those with traditional pension plans &spamp;#8212; to delay retirement.