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5 CFO tips for boosting tech ROI

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CFOs are overhauling their technology budgets as inflation, slumping economic growth and other external forces jeopardize their earnings targets

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SEC presses for economic risk disclosures

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The SEC’s focus on disclosures related to turbulence in the economy comes as the agency pushes companies to disclose more about executive pay

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Agility key in tackling economic downturn

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Airbase and Clari CFOs share best practices to meet a challenging business environment

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Amazon CFO points to slowing customer spend as cloud growth shrinks

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Optimization efforts by more economical enterprise customers will continue to be a headwind for its AWS sector, Amazon’s CFO said

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CFOs up forecasting frequency amid economic uncertainty: survey

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Pricing pressures, labor costs and talent retention struggles are creating new forecasting challenges for financial and business leaders, the AICPA & CIMA survey found

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Stratification Economics? | AIER

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Stratification Economics. Economics considers itself independent from sociology and even psychology, although a few interdisciplinary forays have been made. Despite its intentional separation from the rest of social science, economics is also subdivided. Economics

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Tyson Foods promotes chairman’s son to CFO

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Tyson, was promoted to CFO as the company navigates economic headwinds including higher supply costs John R. Tyson, son of Chairman John H.

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Diabetic Complications and Economic Fundamentals

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Per usual, economic principles suggest a vastly different outcome than optimistic policy makers. In economic terms, it’s a complement to consuming goods containing sugar (mostly carbohydrates). . in Economics in 2017 from George Mason University and a B.A. Economics

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Tech execs see growth opportunities in economic downturn: EY

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Half of executives in the technology sector see a potential recession as a time to implement growth strategies

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Economic Literacy for Everyone | AIER

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Economic illiteracy permeates modern society. From the everyman to the highly educated, economic fallacies are regularly repeated , resuscitated , and released into the public discourse. In addition to Hazlitt’s classic, many recent books detail common examples of economic illiteracy.

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Robert Matthews, CFO of FlowGlobal 

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I wanted to be out of the corporate environment,” says Robert, who is now CFO at fintech firm FlowGlobal. “To Robert also enjoys being ‘exposed to everything and anything’ in his role as a CFO, which includes operational parts alongside the typical finance tasks. .

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Overcoming Challenges to Economic Freedom in States

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People point to tax burdens and over-regulation as the reasons for economic decline. Look no further than the Fraser Institute’s latest report to see how states rank for economic freedom based on government spending, taxes, and labor market regulation. . Economics

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Economic Freedom Matters for Intergenerational Income Mobility

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There is also a great deal of empirical evidence suggesting that it is a relevant economic fact. In our article in the Southern Economic Journal , Justin Callais and I argue that economic freedom (our proxy for institutions) is a powerful force to enhance income mobility.

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China’s Economic Downturn Shows Signs of Easing

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SINGAPORE—Economic activity in China declined for a third straight month in May, though at a slower pace than in April, according to surveys of businesses and factories.

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ROI focus ensures high-value tech stack: LearnUpon CFO

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Considering ROI as well as costs can help CFOs manage their tech stacks more cost-effectively, especially as they face persistent economic headwinds

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China’s Economic Distress Deepens as Lockdowns Drag On

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HONG KONG—China’s economy descended deeper into a Covid-induced doldrums last month, raising questions about whether Beijing’s planned stimulus measures can prevent a prolonged downturn.

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Demand-Side Economics Defined

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What Is Demand-Side Economics? Keynesian economists believe that the primary factor driving economic activity and short-term fluctuations is the demand for goods and services. The theory is sometimes called demand-side economics. Understanding Demand-Side Economics.

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Why Studying Economics Requires Curiosity

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Recently, I argued that studying economics instills gratitude. A friend responded by asking me what intellectual virtues are necessary for understanding economics. Gratitude may be a result of studying economics, but what antecedents undergird enriching encounters with economics?

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SoundHound CFO keeps focus on growth, profitability as inflationary pressures loom

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The voice-enabled AI and former Nike CFO is chartering a path to profitability even as economic uncertainties continue to plague financial heads across industries

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U.S. Economic Growth Shows Signs of Slipping

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Recent reports show sharp declines in key sectors, raising the prospects of a stalled economic recovery and possibly a recession. The U.S. economy is starting to slow under the combined weight of soaring inflation and climbing interest rates—including the highest mortgage rates since 2008. Home construction across the U.S. fell sharply in May, the Commerce Department said Thursday.

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China’s Economic Struggles – WSJ

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The basic story is slowing economic growth. Financial Advisor C&E Executive News Filter commentaries Commentaries/Opinions Content Types Domestic Politics economic growth Economic Growth/Recession Economic News economic performance Economic Performance/Indicators Executive Branch Factiva Filters general news Government Bodies indicators international relations opinions political Political/General News politics Politics/International Relations recession SYND WSJ-PRO-WSJ.com Xi Jinping

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Economics Is a Walk in the Park

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They’re also a great chance to think about economics, specifically two of the most basic principles of economics: opportunity cost and incentives. These are, to economics, what blocking and tackling are to American football. Economics

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Studying Economics Instills Gratitude | AIER

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At least since Thomas Carlyle’s infamous put-down of economics as the “dismal science” (for economists having the temerity to oppose slavery ), it has been popular to disparage economics as a discipline that fosters depression on the one hand and narrow self-interest on the other.

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The Economics Behind Marathons

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But just what are the economics behind marathons? There’s no doubt that there’s been a rise in the popularity of marathons and their accompanying half-marathons—especially in recent years. But if you believe these events are reserved for elite athletes, think again.

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Why Companies Are Holding Tight to Workers, Despite Economic Slowdown

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A persistent economic puzzle is why. CFO News Building Construction Construction Economic News economic performance Economic Performance/Indicators employment Employment/Unemployment Figures Federal Reserve gfx-contrib indicators leder photo-commission Real Estate Real Estate/Construction Residential Building Construction SYND unemployment figures WSJ-PRO-WSJ.com wsjwashingtonSarah Chaney Cambon. 29, 2022 11:06 am ET. Listen to article. (2 2 minutes).

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Economics Needs More Socioeconomic Diversity

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It is well known that the field of economics has a race and gender problem, with treasury secretary (and former Fed chair) Janet Yellen , Fed chair Jerome Powell , and former Fed chair Ben Bernanke among the many senior figures advocating for change.

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Nintex CFO on taking an ‘outcome-oriented’ approach to financial talent

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Taking an outcome-oriented approach can help CFOs keep hold of top talent and drive value in an uncertain economic environment

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What Is an Economic Moat?

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The term economic moat , popularized by Warren Buffett , refers to a business’s ability to maintain competitive advantages over its competitors in order to protect its long-term profits and market share. The term economic moat was made popular by legendary investor Warren Buffett.

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The Economics of Obesity – WSJ

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There’s an economic explanation for America’s obesity problem. Many attribute America’s weight problem to genetics, addiction or culture, but the analysis Richard Posner and I began in 1999 demonstrates that the problem is an economic one driven by technological change. High-calorie foods are cheaper than ever, and changes in the way we work have created a sedentary nation. Happily, the market is generating a solution: medical innovations that can reduce obesity.

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Economic Growth Doesn’t Cause Inflation. Here’s Why

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Is economic growth inflationary? Many economic and political commentators think so. Nick Timiraos of the Wall Street Journal , for example, writes that “easier financial conditions [loose monetary policy] stimulate spending and economic growth.” Economics

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Chinese Antitrust Policy: Politics Over Economics

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Since Deng Xiaoping’s reform and opening in 1978, economic policy always followed the political concerns of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Beijing’s antitrust doctrine is not just grounded in objective notions of law and economics, but the political priorities of the CCP. .

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The Economic Mess We’re In

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The economic backdrop for the Open Market Committee is rare and troubling. The central bank finds itself in the strange position of having to raise interest rates on Wednesday while a day later the Commerce Department may report a second straight quarter of negative economic growth. The Federal Reserve’s monetary policy committee meets this week, and now comes the hard part for Chairman Jay Powell.

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Falling Transport Stocks Challenge Economic Outlook

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Transportation stocks were hot in 2021 and earlier this year, driven by optimism about economic growth. The transportation benchmark in March was within 2% of a November record powered by optimism that resurgent economic growth would boost transportation companies’ profits. Now investors are turning the other way. The Dow Jones Transportation Average, which tracks 20 large U.S. companies ranging from airlines to railroads, has declined 13% from a recent high on March 29.

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Bill Clinton’s Recipe for Economic Growth

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economic advisers focused on the health of giant banks and tolerated a grindingly slow recovery. Begin with the economic aggregates. Robert Reich, urged him to propose a major stimulus package to accelerate economic growth and reduce unemployment more quickly. I worked in the White House at the time but had no role in economic policy.) What about the distribution of gains from economic growth?

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World Economic Outlook Update: January 2023

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The post World Economic Outlook Update: January 2023 appeared first on FutureCFO. Business Insights Resources Risk and Regulation Videos/Tutorials IMF world economic outlookGlobal growth is slowing in 2023 but should rebound in 2024.