CFOs shouldn’t expect friendly insurance market conditions for the foreseeable future.
Deciding how much insurance to buy can be tough when a company has little or no history of large losses on which to base such decisions.
The optimism of U.S. finance leaders is tempered by uncertainty about economic policy and regulation, according to the latest Duke/CFO Outlook Survey.
CFOs can lead the sales conversation by employing a set of metrics that drill down into customer segmentation, pricing discipline and territory growth.
Cheap credit is tempting emerging markets towards risky borrowing.
Too much divergence of opinion late in the game can have drastic consequences.
An aging workforce is on the minds of finance chiefs in the Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey.
How CFOs of companies like Groupon and Wayfair kept explosive growth from overwhelming the business.
Higher inflation may be needed to leave extra-low interest rates behind.
Budgeting decisions are often anchored to the past. Here’s how to dislodge them.
The prevalence of estimates in the new revenue recognition standard could cause sudden spikes or drastic dives in reported revenue and earnings.