In between predictions of a recession and lower revenue and profit projections, some finance decision-makers show signs of positivity when it comes to their business expansion plans in the coming 12 months. Learn more in this podcast episode with transcript.
Corporate finance & treasury management
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A group of executives from large companies wants to work together on the quest to transform finance into more of a value partner.
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Data from an annual report by executive recruiting firm Crist | Kolder shows that women and racial and ethnic minorities have a greater percentage of leadership roles than in previous years.
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Blockchain could streamline how money moves between nations.
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