America’s Got Talent, But Where Is It?
In the third-quarter Duke/CFO Outlook survey, U.S. finance chiefs bemoan the fact that good workers are hard — if not impossible — to find.
Getting Over Hurdle Rates
Two-thirds of finance executives say they don’t invest in some projects that exceed their minimum acceptable returns. Why not?
In the first-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey, global CFOs caution President Trump about trade policy.
The CFOs Who Wouldn’t Be King
Only one in five finance chiefs see themselves moving into the top job. Are they having a crisis of confidence—or being realistic?
Is Breaking Up Always Hard?
In the latest Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey, finance executives reveal few concerns about the UK’s Brexit decision.
Follow the Money
CFOs from different regions of the world have different plans for their excess cash.
Japan’s malaise continues, but the slowdown in China poses a greater risk to Asian economies.
Reversing the Aging Process
When it comes to capital investment in plant, property, and equipment, age is more than just a state of mind.
Companies Seek to Acquire and Hire
Slow growth is piquing interest in M&A but hindering efforts to fill key positions, according to the latest Duke/CFO Business Outlook survey.
Making Room to Grow
CFOs from smaller U.S. companies say it’s time to step up their game, according to the second-quarter Duke/CFO global outlook survey.
Across industry sectors, CFO optimism is tempered by an uncertain business environment.