CFOs Still Clinging to Corporate Cash
Will companies "turn their attention from securing liquidity to unwinding their cash savings?"
Florida Sues to Lift Ban on U.S. Cruise Sailings
“We don’t believe the federal government has the right to mothball a major industry for over a year, based on very little evidence and very little data."
More Than Half Of Small Businesses Have Reopened: Survey
Forty-seven percent said reaching pre-pandemic gross revenues and total daily transactions would point to full recovery.
U.S. Consumer Prices Increase 0.4% in February
Economists expect the rise in prices to continue into the summer, pushing inflation past the Federal Reserve’s 2% target.
5 Leadership Traps to Avoid Post-COVID
Turn 2021 into a year of execution by recognizing these traps that are holding you back.
CFOs Can Shape the Post-Pandemic Workplace
As a return to the office becomes imminent for many, finance chiefs must determine what it will take to make the workspace feel safe for employees.
Stimulus Checks, Vaccines Fuel Executive Optimism
An AICPA survey finds "a resurgent sense of optimism about the economy overall, despite the deep pain that remains in key sectors and industries."
U.S. Manufacturing Hits 3-Year High in February
“Manufacturing is doing well but it will not be smooth sailing over the next few months", in part because of supply-chain disruptions.
Senate to Begin Deliberations on Latest COVID-19 Relief Bill
The $1.9 trillion relief bill was passed by the House over the weekend.
Strategies for Mid-Market Success Post COVID-19
Companies face a world in which business models are changing, demand drivers are being reset, and asset utilization has radically changed.
They Don’t Teach Pandemics in Business School
How a professional services firm shifted its operations and culture overnight.