CFOs are optimistic about the U.S. economy under a Trump administration, but are unclear on how their companies will benefit, according to new data.
Forecasting the future is a tough act, but there are strategies and signals available that create a useful framework.
Though they sound good for corporate America, CFOs need to read the fine print of the Trump administration and House of Representatives proposals.
The fourth-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook survey reflects what researchers call the "Trump Jump."
The OECD endorses a Trumpian fiscal stimulus and advises other countries to follow suit.
A December rate hike by the FOMC is almost a certainty. Here's how it will affect U.S. profits.
Can innovation by traditional retailers overcome the disruptive force of e-commerce?
Early indications are that the president-elect feels that the economic growth spurred by his large tax reductions will help fund them.
If CFOs get the personnel cost forecast wrong, the ripple effect is felt throughout the organization.
A new survey reveals 87% of CFOs believe the economic future of their companies depends on the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.