But profitability continues to rise, data shows, indicating companies controlling spending.
Working capital is piling up at America's largest companies.
U.S. firms have repurchased more than one-third the dollar amount of shares that their buyback programs allow.
Finance chiefs and human resources will have to collaborate more effectively if the new effort to standardize human-capital metrics reporting is to create maximum benefit.
Will the downward trend in equity markets cause companies to speed up the execution of their share-repurchase programs?
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What companies can do to help their share prices catch up with the surge in corporate net income.
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