Lordstown Motors May Run Out of Gas
The electric vehicle pickup truck maker issued a "going concern" warning, disclosing it didn't have the funds to start commercial production.
Six Ways CFOs Can Help Small Businesses Recover
Accurate reporting, proactive cash flow management, and contingency planning all play a role.
Increase DPO, If You Can: Metric of the Month
In uncertain economic times, companies need liquidity. But they also need strong supplier relationships.
With a less-clear, less-robust future ahead, CFOs get more careful about how they spend corporate cash.
CFOs: Braced for a Recession, But Hopeful
CFO are preserving cash in anticipation of rough times ahead. But they are also more optimistic about the domestic economy than they were three months ago.
Companies’ Stated Cash Intentions Merit Skepticism
Treasury and finance professionals say they'll deploy more of their cash this quarter — but they've said that before, and often.
Balance-Sheet Cash Likely to Rise, Not Fall, in 2017
Absent an economic slowdown, strong free cash flow and accessible debt markets will keep companies from having to tap reserves.
The digital revolution in payments is not as overwhelmingly electronic as you might think.
Corporates’ Cash Pile Rises To $1.68T
Cash holdings were up 1.8% from the year prior, with the technology sector accounting for a record 46% of total cash in 2015.