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- Companies Unleash the Cash as Confidence ReturnsFueled by loads of cash and low borrowing rates, companies are starting to make up for time lost from the 2008 recession and opening their wallets for capital expenditures.
- Amid Ukraine Escalation, More Woes for Treasury and FinanceEscalating tensions in the Ukraine and fears that Russia might cut off gas supplies to Europe are creating an ever more difficult environment for multinationals with operations or partnerships in the region.
- August 2014 Futures in Finance: Do You Need a Career Coach?This month, we have an interview with career and leadership coach Vivian James Rigney, who is speaking at the CTC Executive Institute at the 2014 AFP Annual Conference. We also have interviews with Ori Brafman, bestselling author, and Juan Arangote, FP&A of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, who are each speaking at the conference.
- New NACHA Rules Aim to Reduce Exceptions and ReturnsNACHA has approved two new amendments to its operating rules to improve automated clearinghouse network quality by reducing the incidence of ACH transactions that result in exceptions and returns.
- Why Two in Three Finance Transformations FailWith a strong majority of corporate finance functions currently undertaking some significant change initiative, it is critical to understand what makes two out of three of these efforts fail to meet their own stated objectives.