Finance chiefs can slash their companies' property-casualty premiums by linking effective risk management to insurance buying.
CFOs shouldn’t expect friendly insurance market conditions for the foreseeable future.
The optimism of U.S. finance leaders is tempered by uncertainty about economic policy and regulation, according to the latest Duke/CFO Outlook Survey.
America’s huge mortgage-market distortions seem likely to endure.
Cheap credit is tempting emerging markets towards risky borrowing.
Firms that do business in Russia should examine their contracts, try to amend them and, as a last resort, apply for an emergency license.
Higher inflation may be needed to leave extra-low interest rates behind.
Don't let investor communication objectives stand in the way of making sound dividend policy decisions during a downturn.
Master limited partnerships rely heavily on the debt and equity markets, as well as the enthusiasm of retail investors.
Overcapacity and depressed prices threaten many of the country's corporate borrowers, who have gorged on debt for six years.
U.S. finance leaders are looking for more signs of stability in the year ahead, according to the latest Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey.