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Sports-merchandise retailer Fanatics has hired a finance chief for its collectibles business, which is set to expand beyond baseball cards in the coming years.
Companies continued to feel the pinch of higher financing costs in 2022. As the Fed gets ready to unveil its next rate increase, finance chiefs are looking for clues on where rates might go in 2023.
GE’s healthcare business plans to reduce debt, bring down costs and pursue tuck-in M&A after its spinoff in early January.
For Nissan Motor Co. finance chief Stephen Ma, the weak yen has been both a boon and a bane.
After a handful of flip-flops, the U.K. government has landed on a 25% corporate tax rate. Despite the expected increase in costs, finance chiefs say they at least know what’s coming.
Corporate funding markets appear to be thawing as finance chiefs at a number of highly rated companies face a year-end deadline decision: Refinance near-term debt coming due with bonds at higher rates now or turn to shorter-term options on the chance rates might be lower in the new year.
Throughout her career, Disney CFO Christine McCarthy gained a reputation of being a straight forward, no-nonsense executive. Her move to express a lack of confidence in Bob Chapek was an unusual one.
Some companies are preparing for a potential downturn and securing additional borrowing capacity they could tap for cash if the economy slides into a recession.