Driven by heightened customer expectations, CFOs are making a serious long-term commitment to transformative digital investments.
Among the various threats to corporate well-being, one — the vulnerability of sensitive data — stands out from the crowd.
In the third-quarter Duke/CFO Outlook survey, U.S. finance chiefs bemoan the fact that good workers are hard — if not impossible — to find.
Two-thirds of finance executives say they don’t invest in some projects that exceed their minimum acceptable returns. Why not?
In the first-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey, global CFOs caution President Trump about trade policy.
Finance must adapt to the hybrid, services-added business model.
A new survey finds finance executives focused on managing risk by maximizing their ability to bounce back from harm.
Only one in five finance chiefs see themselves moving into the top job. Are they having a crisis of confidence—or being realistic?
The Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey finds optimism among U.S. finance chiefs lifted by the election of Donald Trump.
As capital gets expensive, CFOs make plans for securing and spending what they will need to grow.