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A majority of CFOs believe Hillary Clinton will destroy Donald Trump in the election, according to the CNBC Global CFO Council survey.
China’s economy and the continued rise of Donald Trump are the two major issues on top of the minds of CFOs in Asia, a survey revealed.
Chief financial officers from some of the world's largest firms are largely lukewarm on the economic shakeup Saudi Arabia is currently undertaking.
Continental CFO, Wolfgang Schäfer talks about the company’s automotive production, with comment on their performance in different markets.
The results are in from CNBC’s quarterly survey of leading CFOs from across the globe, with specific comment on the EU referendum. CNBC’s Karen Tso walks you through the key details.
Ransomware is the latest breed of cyber attacks threatening both corporates and individuals, explains Mahendra Negi, CFO of Trend Micro.
The pace of China's economic transition has significant impact on power industries, explains Geert Peeters, CFO of electric company CLP Holdings.
Lars Machenil, CFO of BNP Paribas, says the bank has diminished its number of non-performing loans.
UPS CFO Richard Peretz discusses the impact to workers at his company on the pension agreement.
UPS CFO Richard Peretz discusses the company's quarterly earnings beat.
Eivind Kallevik, CFO of Norsk Hydro, discusses the company's first-quarter earnings and the market for aluminum.
Eivind Kallevik, CFO of Norsk Hydro, says governments need to level the playing field between European and Chinese metal and steel producers.
Jon Moeller, Procter & Gamble, CFO, breaks down P&G's quarterly results which beat on EPS but came in a little light on revenues. The dollar's a significant headwind, says Moeller.
Geraldine Matchett, CFO of DSM, discusses the company's first-quarter results and how the nutrition sector is doing.
Geraldine Matchett, CFO of DSM, says the company is looking to cut up to 1,100 jobs in Europe to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
Dominic Caruso, Johnson & Johnson CFO, breaks down the company's quarterly numbers and shares his thoughts on M&A in the pharma space. And CNBC's Meg Tirrell weighs in.
Hugh Johnston, PepsiCo CFO, breaks down the company's quarterly results. We saw strong growth in the U.S. and cost management was excellent for the quarter, says Johnston. We do see the weakening of the U.S. dollar as a potential benefit. Also Johnson weighs in on his appointment to Twitter's board.
John R. Shrewsberry, Wells Fargo CFO and CNBC Global CFO Council member, discusses the bank's recent earnings releases, as well as the regulators' rejection of its living will plans.
Guy Look, CFO of Sa Sa International, explains why Hong Kong's tourism market is losing global competitiveness.
A British breakaway from the EU this summer will do little damage the country's business ties with the rest of the world, according to a new survey.