Globalization Recedes from Its Prior Dominance
Corporate executives believe that consumers will increasingly prefer locally or regionally produced products.
3 Things to Understand About US-China Dynamics
CFOs who don't understand the new superpower competition between the two nations are betting on a bygone era.
How Foreign Direct Investment Can Drive Business Growth
The volatile and uncertain global environment makes foreign direct investment (FDI) an appealing growth strategy for CFOs.
Square-Off: Should U.S. Trade Agreements Be Renegotiated?
A shakeup in global trade is coming. Will it harm or help U.S. companies?
Protectionism Hits the Global CFO
Economic theory and experience offer little reason to believe that a move towards increased protectionism will benefit the United States.
OECD Says Anti-Globalization Hurting Growth
The group predicts the current "low-growth trap" will persist, in part due to lack of progress in opening markets.
Companies (Almost) Without Borders
The need to stay ahead or on pace with the competition is driving most companies to go global. But the journey can be bumpy, say CFOs.
Looking for Growth in All the Same Places
With so many economies pinning their growth prospects to emerging markets, the race for resources &spamp;#8212; human and otherwise &spamp;#8212; is certain to intensify.