Dun & Bradstreet
D&B Seeks to Raise up to $1.38B in IPO
The company is “looking to ride the recent wave of successful new listings after the COVID-19 pandemic crushed the market for new issues."
Coronavirus Crimps Supply Chains, May Harm World Economy
Companies with operations or suppliers in China are experiencing business interruptions, and global GDP growth could take a big hit.
Dun & Bradstreet Downgraded on LBO Financing
S&P cited leverage increases and turnaround execution risks.
Dun & Bradstreet to Be Sold to PE Group for $5B
Buyers including former Blackstone dealmaker Chinh Chu will take the company private after 177 years of independence.
Five Ways Blockchain Will Juice Supplier Management
Blockchain tracks shipments in real time, enables automation, standardizes processes, creates trust, and provides growth opportunities.
Future of Finance: Humans and Machines Unite
Human minds alone are no longer a match for addressing business risk. But neither are machines alone.
Want Better Cash Flow? Listen to Your Credit Team
The pressure to boost sales is causing many companies to take on risky accounts.
Customer Obsession Drives Financial Results: Study
Companies that prioritize customer-focused initiatives and the usage of customer data perform substantially better than others, Forrester finds.
Access to Capital High But Demand is Wavering
Small and midsize businesses successfully secured capital this quarter but their demand for funding fell.
For D&B’s CFO, Being Strategic Means Walking Many Paths
Diverse experiences help Dun & Bradstreet's Rich Veldran drive strategy.