The Duke/CFO Global Business Outlook survey shows finance chiefs are more confident about the economy than at any point since 1996.
President Trump's planned tariffs mean companies should assess risks across business groups and multiple layers of management.
The president promises to rebuild the U.S. steel industry but GOP lawmakers and others fear retaliation from exporting countries.
Paying $90 a share for Qualcomm would represent a large leap from Broadcom's initial bid last November.
China's move against the owner of the Waldorf Astoria "appears to be an unprecedented takeover — a Chinese-style hostile takeover."
The automaker would convert around $2.2 billion of GM Korea's debt into equity in exchange for financial support and tax benefits from Seoul.
The most common what-if scenario CFOs are planning for is the possibility that the U.K. and the European Union just can't reach a deal.
Critics say the "petro" is illegal, but President Nicolas Maduro believes it will have a "great impact" on the country's embattled economy.
The International Trade Commission's ruling gives a surprise victory to Bombardier in a trade dispute with Boeing over its CSeries planes.
With the shale boom continuing, the IEA says the U.S. will overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's No. 2 producer.