Nina is a Bureau Chief at the Wall Street Journal in New York, managing its corporate finance coverage.
She relocated to the U.S. in 2019 after three years with the WSJ in London. Prior to her time with the WSJ, she worked as a U.K. Business and Finance Correspondent for German media group Welt in London and as a reporter in Shanghai.
Lordstown Motors Corp.’s ability to stay in business for at least another year remains in doubt until it secures more funding and its market value rises, its finance chief said after the electric-truck maker sold its factory to raise cash.
The sudden exit of Moderna Inc.’s newly hired chief financial officer shines a light on the challenges companies and recruiters are facing in a tight job market, in which candidates often have more than one competing offer, forcing hiring managers to make quick decisions.
More than two years after the early waves of the pandemic forced executives to toss out their forecasts, finance chiefs are getting attuned to a barrage of challenges they didn’t see coming: the war in Ukraine, Western sanctions against Russia, volatile stock and bond markets, new lockdowns in China, continued supply-chain disruptions and the rapid rise in inflation. Here’s how they’re adjusting their plans.
Finance executives should acknowledge when their teams make progress applying technology to improve their business processes, says the CFO of insurance company Unum.
Alphabet Inc.’s Google is working to automate as many finance tasks as possible as it looks to reduce the amount of manual work that its employees have to do.