Private Sector Hiring Slows in November
U.S. companies hired 307,000 employees last month, missing the 475,000 employees that economists expected.
Evolving Finance to Support Innovation
Many finance organizations have made big strides in supporting enterprise innovation, but others are still in the nascent stages of embracing the change.
CFOs Support Immigration Reform to Help with Talent Shortage
U.S. finance chiefs are strongly in favor of more accommodative immigration policies, finds the Duke/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey.
The Difference Between Good CFOs and Great CFOs
A CFO’s ability to build strong teams and develop successors is more important than ever.
CFO’s Tech Companies to Watch 2018: Pymetrics
The first of our Tech Companies to Watch, Pymetrics, uses artificial intelligence algorithms to identify the perfect candidate for a job.
Brother, Can You Spare a Manager?
Tight labor markets are inhibiting corporate expansion, according to the third-quarter Duke/CFO Business Outlook survey.
How Millennials Can Find Work with a Purpose in Finance
Is it realistic or fair for someone to expect to do meaningful work from their first day?
CFOs are seeking nontraditional candidates who have the analytical and ‘soft’ skills a modern finance organization needs.
Starbucks to Hire 10,000 Refugees After Immigration Ban
CEO Howard Schultz said the company will be “doubling down” on efforts to support refugees over the next five years.
Small Business Optimism: ‘No Real Enthusiasm’
The NFIB's Index of Small Business Optimism rose just two-tenths of a percentage point in May to 93.8.
U.S. Productivity Weakness Continues in Q1
The recent declines in output may reflect "hangover effects from companies’ deep job and capital-spending cuts in the wake of the recession."