Reversing the Aging Process
When it comes to capital investment in plant, property, and equipment, age is more than just a state of mind.
Exxon to Cut 2016 Capital Spending by 25%
The cuts reflect the prolonged commodities slump but Exxon says it still has "the financial flexibility to pursue attractive opportunities."
Finance Roundup for Executives
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CFO Daily Roundup of July 28, 2015
A collection of CFO.com articles and stories published on July 28, 2015.
Equipment Finance Relatively Healthy
The business of financing capital spending grew 6.7% last year, down from 9.3% in 2013.
U.S. Capex Seen Falling By 11%
Among S&P 500 sectors, only the materials and financials sectors expect to spend more in 2015 than they did last year.
Equipment Investment Forecast Lowered
The Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation cut its 2015 forecast by 1% but said the threat of higher interest rates may pull forward some capital spending.
Durable Goods Down; Home Sales, Confidence Up
What message are economic data sending? It's hard to tell.
A Global Affliction
Finance executives around the world are plagued by uncertainty about the economy, politics and more.
Weak Capex, Low Productivity Growth Linked
The decrease in worker productivity is partly due to U.S. companies being stingy with the "capital" workers need to increase output.
CFOs: We’re Still Hiring
Despite being less optimistic this quarter, U.S. finance chiefs say they plan to expand their full-time workforce in the next 12 months, according to the latest Duke University/&splt;i>CFO&splt;/i> Magazine Global Business Outlook survey.