Job Seekers Gloomy About Salary Prospects
A New York Fed survey finds the average full-time offer wage received declined from $58,880 to $49,250 between March and July.
S&P 500 Firms Beefing Up Audit Disclosures
A survey finds disclosure of information on key areas of external auditor oversight has more than doubled in the past two years.
CFOs: Financial Future Hangs on Upcoming Election
A new survey reveals 87% of CFOs believe the economic future of their companies depends on the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.
62% of Execs See Business Growth in Next Year
The AICPA finds economic optimism has stabilized, with profit expectations and employment also showing strength in the third quarter.
Survey Finds Cash Flow Management Lacking
Executives at manufacturers and distributors believe optimizing working capital is important but less than half have implemented a plan to manage cash flow.
Brexit Fears Sour Outlook for European Debt
More than half of credit managers are also expecting increased defaults in North America and Asia, an IACPM survey finds.
Survey Predicts Mixed Hiring Rates in July
July was the first month since June 2014 that new-hire pay fell in both manufacturing and services.
Economic Optimism Rebounds From 3-Year Low
Nineteen percent of business executives surveyed by the AICPA say their organizations are ready to hire immediately, up from 15% last quarter.
U.S. Household Finances Show Modest Uptick
A Fed survey finds more people reporting financial comfort but many would still have trouble dealing with an emergency expense of $400.
88% of Firms Planning Cost Cuts in Next 2 Years
A Deloitte survey finds some cost-cutting is more typical of distressed companies than a 'save to grow' strategy.