Rethinking Working Capital Leverage

With Covid-19 and the upcoming U.S. Presidential election—not to mention continued tariff and trade issues—economic uncertainty is here to stay. To navigate effectively, CFOs must be vigilant. Visibility is key, but so is vision...

Covid-19 Spikes CEO Involvement In Spending Decisions, Study Finds

Finance-related investments are second only to IT spend when it comes to CEO focus, poll finds.

The Pandemic’s Impact On M&A—And What Will Happen Next

Deal volume has plummeted in recent days, but that is likely to change. CFOs quick to evaluate opportunities stand to benefit as activity picks up.

Why A Seldom Used Ratio Is Now Defining The Strongest Financial Strategies

While contraction and layoffs may be inescapable, there are avenues to capital, and ultimately revenue, which are drastically underutilized.

Covid Drags M&A Deals To Lowest Level In Over A Decade 

During the first half of 2020, North America M&A performance and volume lagged rest of world by some margin.

Should Bonuses Happen This Year?

With no speedy economic recovery in sight, leaders are trying to figure out if they can pay bonuses this year – and what happens if they don’t.


Being A Great Boss Matters More Than Ever

At a time when employees are leaving their jobs in record numbers, focusing on the relationship between leaders and direct reports is critical.


CFOs Say Better Use Of Data Needed To Push Innovation, New Poll Reveals

Nearly three-quarters of CFOs polled say their company aspires to outperform peers in the race for insightful data, but only 33 percent believe they’re currently ahead of the competition.