As 2005 begins to unfold, investors and corporates around the world have plenty of ...
Slow Technology Take-up Hinders Forecasting
Technological advances have made cash forecasting much more accurate. Many companies have yet to take advantage of the new capabilities, though.
Ask any corporate treasurer or collections manager how they do their cash forecasting, and ...
Global Finance selects the leaders in the world’s biggest financial market.
Western Europe (Honorable Mention)
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Vive La Resolution!
For many people, the New Year is a time to take stock of their lives and to set goals for the year ahead...
Guo Shuqing, deputy governor of the People’s Bank of China, says that a huge balance-of-payments surplus is not a goal that China has pursued.
However, it is something that China has achieved, at least in the case of ...
It was an aggressive and tenacious 18-month corporate battle led by a CEO known for his samurai warrior style in taking Oracle from a company with less than a million dollars in sales in 1980 to one of ...
By using a careful blend of charm, patience and intelligence, Brazil’s finance minister has managed to nudge South America’s largest economy into one of its stablest periods in nearly decade.
Since assuming the nation’s top finance ...
John Snow as Treasury secretary and Alan Greenspan as the unflappable Federal Reserve chairman make a perfect double act. Snow says what he pleases, and Greenspan keeps the markets from falling apart.
The mere fact that the show ...