Though they sound good for corporate America, CFOs need to read the fine print of the Trump administration and House of Representatives proposals.
The world’s largest soft drink maker will buy the assets from Anheuser-Busch and refranchise operations to new partners.
Finance chief Jeff Bornstein talks about his high hopes for Predix, GE’s cloud-based software platform.
The aerospace giant is taking longer to pay its supplier bills after depleting its cash pile to buy back shares.
Contrary to popular belief, the best option is the person who initially managed the project, new research suggests.
This year will be the second in a row — and only the second in history — in which airlines will make an aggregate return in excess of their cost…
Cash holdings were up 1.8% from the year prior, with the technology sector accounting for a record 46% of total cash in 2015.
Lower prices, currency volatility, and regulatory delays are all playing a role in the weaker earnings forecast.
The cuts reflect the prolonged commodities slump but Exxon says it still has "the financial flexibility to pursue attractive opportunities."
Engaged Capital accuses the board of Outerwall of "speculative growth strategies, reckless capital allocation and poor corporate governance."