In the first-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey, CFOs advise the president to change his communications tactics.
More companies are using sophisticated data analytics, but they are also encountering cultural, focus, and efficiency problems.
A new survey finds finance executives focused on managing risk by maximizing their ability to bounce back from harm.
CFOs are seeking nontraditional candidates who have the analytical and ‘soft’ skills a modern finance organization needs.
The widely hyped technology continues to attract converts intrigued by its potential to eliminate the frictional costs of transactions.
Only one in five finance chiefs see themselves moving into the top job. Are they having a crisis of confidence—or being realistic?
Trump's economic policy revolves around keeping manufacturing jobs in the U.S. How much value does the manufacturing sector add to the economy?
Cyber crime groups are increasingly operating like traditional businesses. Will this new professionalism lead to more attacks on companies?
The Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey finds optimism among U.S. finance chiefs lifted by the election of Donald Trump.
Executive compensation packages often include perquisites that can go unnoticed by investors. But how much are perks really worth?