Companies’ Stated Cash Intentions Merit Skepticism
Treasury and finance professionals say they'll deploy more of their cash this quarter — but they've said that before, and often.
Shutdown Puts Cloud on Southwest’s Revenue
The airline posted strong Q4 earnings but said the government shutdown has reduced revenue so far this month by as much as $15 million.
White House Doubles Shutdown Cost Estimate
The Trump administration now believes the government shutdown will subtract 0.1 percentage point from GDP growth every week.
Government Shutdown Drags Into Week Three
The partial federal government shutdown is stretching into day 17 with no immediate end in sight.
Short-Term Funding Bill May Avert Shutdown
Congressional leaders are expected to vote on a stopgap measure that would give them another week to negotiate a longer-term bill.
Seven Hot Topics for Boards in 2014
Here's what CFOs need to know about what will be going on in boardrooms as they head into next year.
The Economy? Don’t Worry! Be Happy!
The economic picture is far from bleak, a leading economist tells a group of CFOs. But companies must increase wages to keep the momentum going, he adds.
Treasurers Brace for Market Turmoil
As Congress fails to repair the rift over raising the nation’s borrowing limit, smart companies are guarding against a liquidity crisis.