The Case for a Partnership Between Trade Credit Insurers and the U.S. Government
Lack of support for the trade credit industry means eliminating a safety net that keeps many businesses going.
How SMEs Can Gird Against a Downturn
Even with a recession looming, there are several key steps SMEs can take to better protect themselves.
Six Ways to Reduce Days Sales Outstanding
Years of low interest rates and easy credit have allowed companies to take their eye off the ball when it comes to managing days sales outstanding.
Where Do We Go From Here? 10 Years After the GFC
Three things the world has done well since the global financial crisis, and three goals yet to be achieved.
Brexit Vote Hits U.S. Cos. Hard, But Differently
Media companies get slammed, while airlines foresee lower traffic from Britain.
Corporate Cash Piling up as Brexit Vote Nears
A vote would cost U.S. based-companies money in currency swings, a shrinking market for their wares, and possible relocation costs, experts say.
Past-Due Payments Signal Slower 4Q GDP Growth
Euler Hermes says business payment behavior suggests U.S. GDP may slow to 3% this quarter.