CFOs: Higher Input Costs Will Persist
Some companies are taking aggressive action to pass on at least some of the abnormal cost increases to customers.
Labor Shortages Weighed on CFOs in Q2
More than a third of firms expect worker shortages will reduce revenue potential this year, according to The CFO Survey.
Pickup in CFO Optimism Continues in Q1
The growing optimism "is evident in the robust expectations firms have for revenue and employment growth in 2021," according to The CFO Survey.
CFO Optimism Continues to Grow Despite Virus
The fourth-quarter CFO Survey indicates that finance chiefs are "seeing over the cloud of the pandemic."
CFOs Skeptical About Recovery Before Next Year
"All indicators from The CFO Survey point towards a slow return to normal that is challenging to forecast due to the uncertainty created by this virus.”
State Minimum-Wage Votes May Pressure Congress to Act
Four states passed proposals to increase the minimum wage, adding to the growing support for higher pay floors for U.S. workers.
Small Business CFOs Report Fewer Cyber Attacks
In the last 24 months, less than one fifth of small and midsize companies say they have experienced attacks on their computer networks, CFO finds.
CFOs Losing Confidence in Value of Reporting
An Ernst & Young survey finds only 55% of CFOs are fully or somewhat confident their reports comply with all reporting needs.
CFOs to Boost Capital Spending in 2016
But certain elements of the cash-flow cycle are causing them problems, according to TD Bank.