Leaving Pension Management, and Pension Risk, Behind
A shifting economic and regulatory environment is driving increased pension risk transfer activity.
Brother, Can You Spare a Manager?
Tight labor markets are inhibiting corporate expansion, according to the third-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook survey.
Dealing with a Deficit (of IT Talent)
A technology talent shortage is impacting companies and boosting the value proposition of managed IT services.
The Road to Finance Transformation
For CFOs, the lure of the destination — genuine data-driven decision-making that drives enterprise-wide innovation — is worth the difficulty of the journey.
The second-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey shows U.S. CFOs are wary of placing big bets on growth initiatives.
Washington’s Inaction Causing CFOs to Delay Spending
Donald Trump's slow start makes U.S. finance chiefs wary of placing big bets on growth initiatives.
As the digital ecosystem grows, so do threats to the security of an organization’s data stores.
POTUS Primer: Kill the Tweets
In the first-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey, CFOs advise the president to change his communications tactics.
CFOs to Trump: Stop Tweeting, Keep H1-Bs
U.S. optimism Index jumps to 14-year high in Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook survey.
Trump Win Boosts U.S. Business Optimism
The fourth-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook survey reflects what researchers call the "Trump Jump."
Don’t Tell Me, Show Me
The third-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey finds CFOs will slow spending while awaiting a new president’s policy decisions.