Nina is the Bureau Chief for CFO Journal, managing the Wall Street Journal’s corporate finance coverage.
Nina 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, China.
Companies are preparing for another round of corporate-tax increases under a new administration, reframing their forecasting models to account for the impact of higher taxes on cash flows, spending and their overseas businesses.
Finance executives in the retail industry continue to face a multitude of challenges as they plan for the fall and the holiday season despite being generally optimistic on their companies’ earnings outlook.
Network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc. plans to introduce new financial metrics and overhaul its reporting segments to showcase the growth of its software business.
Some finance chiefs say they have plenty of money to invest in their businesses, but shortages in the equipment and people needed for new projects are limiting how much they can take on, leaving a lot of excess cash for buying back stock.
Large U.S. banks typically choose a company veteran when they hire a chief financial officer, a pattern highlighted Friday when Bank of America Corp. named a new CFO.