Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey
CFO Optimism Drops to 12-Year Low
“CFOs are fighting their own war for the survival of their companies.”
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.
Most CFOs See U.S. Recession by Q3 2020
A Duke University/CFO survey highlights growing pessimism about the economy despite record low unemployment and strong consumer spending.
CFOs Revise Recession Projections
Finance chiefs still think an economic downturn is coming, but not until 2020, finds the first-quarter Duke/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey.
CFOs: Recession Possible in 2019
Nearly half of U.S. CFOs think the nation’s economy will enter a recession by the end of 2019, finds the fourth-quarter Duke/CFO Outlook Survey.
Data Security Distracts CFOs from ‘Day Jobs’
About 20% of finance chiefs admit their companies' systems have been hacked, yet their level of optimism stays at a record high: Duke/CFO Outlook Survey.
CFO Optimism Climbs to 22-Year High
The Duke/CFO Global Business Outlook survey shows finance chiefs are more confident about the economy than at any point since 1996.