Globalization Recedes from Its Prior Dominance
Corporate executives believe that consumers will increasingly prefer locally or regionally produced products.
Will Inverted Yield Curve Invite Economic Chaos?
Some experts say markets are in for a nightmarish ride; others believe the yield-curve inversion won't trigger an economic crisis, as past inversions have.
Key 2020 Strategies for Health Care Costs
While growth in health costs stays flat, companies are employing more virtual care, innovating primary care, and seeking solutions to specialty drug costs.
Fresh Evidence of Auditor Bias Emerges
Companies don't look good for penalizing honest auditors, while other auditors don't look good for rendering slanted opinions.
Are CFOs Naive on Cyber Insurance Value?
The insurance doesn't cover many of the losses finance chiefs think it does, research suggests.
SEC Aims to Ease Disclosure Rules
The commission proposes a more principles-based, less-prescriptive approach to business description and risk factor disclosures.
How Finance Leaders Can Hire and Keep Talent
Basing career culture on experiences instead of titles and promotions can lower the cost of new hires and help retain valued employees: Gartner.
Securities Fraud Class Actions Spike Again
Cases filed since the beginning of 2017 represent more than 20% of all such cases filed since 1997.
5 Key Principles of Business Ethics
Effective ethics and compliance programs make it easy for employees to "do the next right thing, rather than the next thing right."
Companies Build Up Cash Holdings — Again
A conservative approach to deploying cash continued in the second quarter, extending a trend of many years' duration.
Execs Cop to Data Dysfunction
Two-thirds of corporate leaders prefer to rely on others for accessing and using data from their own tools.