CFOs to Trump: Stop Tweeting, Keep H1-Bs
U.S. optimism Index jumps to 14-year high in Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook survey.
Non-GAAP metrics help tell the story of a company’s performance. But is their increasing prevalence rendering the official earnings numbers less relevant?
Cost-Burdened Renters Reach Record Numbers
A Harvard University study finds the number of Americans dedicating at least half of their income toward rent hit a record 11 million in 2014.
Revlon Swings to Profit on ‘Solid Start’ to 2016
Topline net sales increased by 3.6% in the first quarter, with growth in the international consumer and U.S. professional segments especially strong.
U.S. Consumers Expect 2.7% Rise in Inflation
The findings of a New York Fed survey reflect expectations of a sharp rebound in gasoline prices over the next year.