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  • Business Outlook Survey

    CFOs are retrenching as the United States enters what could be a lengthy recession. April 1, 2008

  • Darkness Visible: CFOs See Recession Through 2009

    The outlook isn't brilliant among U.S. finance chiefs studied by CFO magazine and Duke University: 75 percent see a recession starting sometime this year. The mood among finance chiefs in Europe, Asia, and China is also growing gloomier. March 12, 2008

  • Top Ten Concerns of European CFOs

    Rising salaries and skills shortages result in a cocktail of workforce worries. February 4, 2008

  • Business Outlook Survey

    With worries about the costs of labor, fuel, and credit, CFOs' expectations for the economy hit a new low. January 1, 2008

  • Business Outlook Survey

    What holiday cheer? Confidence among CFOs is plummeting in the face of credit and currency concerns. December 10, 2007

  • Employees Raiding 401(k)s, CFOs Say

    The economic slump will cut into employee bonuses, new survey results show, even as many workers are already taking hardship withdrawals from their retirement funds. December 5, 2007

  • CFOs' Optimism Slumps to Record Low

    With consumer demand weak, fuel and labor costs rising, and the credit markets in turmoil, finance chiefs predict a recession and call on the Fed for help. December 5, 2007

  • Survey: CFO Optimism at Three-Year Low

    The finance chiefs' gloom extends to their own pay packages: on average, they expect a 3 percent decrease in year-end bonuses. October 17, 2007

  • Business Outlook Survey

    CFO optimism hits a record low as credit-market worries spread to the finance department. October 1, 2007

  • Business Outlook Survey

    Fear of contagion from the credit crunch is spooking finance chiefs around the world. October 1, 2007

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