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Russia's largest steelmaker by output, Evraz, has said it is still in talks with lenders over the strict terms of their financing agreements.
Simon Robertson, CFO at Auckland Airport, says the firm has a balanced currency exposure to combat the impact of a stronger Kiwi dollar.
The latest CNBC Global CFO Council survey shows that corporate tax reform is a must, but there is little chance that change will come soon.
The injection of easy money across the globe in recent years appears to be finding its way into the coffers of big business, according to a new CNBC survey.
The subset of job growth that really matters within the housing economy is employment among young adults, says Sean Aggarwal, Trulia CFO, honing in on housing and employment issues, with Jan Siegmund, ADP CFO. I think we are going to see the unemployment rate continue to drop, predicts Siegmund.
Euroskeptic parties were the clear winner of the European Union elections. CNBC asks CFOs if this is likely to weigh on the business environment in the region.
There is a lot of liquidity in the system, leading CFOs tell CNBC, with corporate bonds very attractive. However, the ECB should make sure that smaller companies in the European periphery can access it easily.
Nearly two-thirds of CNBC's CFO Council see a modest decline for Russia and eastern Europe's GDP over the next six months. Leading CFOs tell CNBC what they expect from the region.
We see a steadily growing economy, says Kurt Kuehn, UPS CFO, sharing his thoughts on the future of retail and shipping. We think the big push is going to be local next day delivery, says Kuehn.
The escalating euro continues to harm business, the chief financial officer of Royal DSM told CNBC, a day after the single currency took a beating.
Virtual reality and 3-D printing are going to change the home-buying and selling process in big ways, says Trulia CFO Sean Aggarwal.
The CFO of Russian telecoms company MTS said it is "too early" to judge the impact of the Ukraine crisis on its business.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau speak to Bob Shanks, Ford Motor Company executive vice president & CFO, about the factors that led to Ford's weak Q1 earnings and addresses Wall Street's concerns for the auto maker.
Global business leaders eyeing expansion into India will be closely watching the outcome of the country’s general elections due to conclude on May 16.
John Stephens, AT&T CFO, delves into Ma Bell's quarterly numbers and weighs in on the company's strategy to increase its wireless subscribers.
Jon Moeller, Procter & Gamble CFO, breaks down the company's third quarter results of $1.04 EPS ex-items on revenues of $20.56 billion and weighs in on where the company sees global growth.
It's the tie together of beverages and snacks that's working really well, says Hugh Johnston, PepsiCo CFO, discussing his company's quarterly numbers and sharing his thoughts on Pepsi's diverse global brand.
Thailand's turbulent politics has shaken investor confidence, but the uncertainty won't derail the economy or the market, the Stock Exchange of Thailand's CFO said.
Tim Sloan, Wells Fargo CFO, breaks down the banks Q1 earnings beat and explains how they are achieving consistent growth.
Jan Siegmund, ADP CFO, discusses ADP's plans to spin-off its dealer services business and Moody's downgrade.
The latest CNBC Global CFO Council survey shows CFOs believe tax inversions are a good deal for shareholders and a justifiable move for companies.
Apartment rentals are even more ripe for a new business model than Airbnb's vacation rental space, says Trulia's CFO.
Lofty valuations in stocks and geopolitical tensions have left some chief financial officers wary of a sharp fall in share prices.
Jan Siegmund, ADP CFO, and Bill Gerber, TD Ameritrade CFO, discuss how America's corporate leaders are viewing today's employment data and the current state of the U.S. economy.
Jon Moeller, Procter & Gamble CFO, breaks down P&G's quarterly numbers and discusses the company's cost-cutting measures.
UPS CFO Kurt Kuehn on CNBC's Squawk on the Street on his company's decision to stop deliveries for illegal online pharmacies and pay $40 million to end a Federal criminal probe into its shipping practices. Rival FedEx was in court today fighting similar charges.