Despite concerns about labor costs and market risks, respondents to this year's "CFO Outlook" survey have the most optimistic outlook since the start of the financial crisis.
By Treasury & Risk Staff|December 18, 2013 at 08:48 PM
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As the global economy continues to recover, what is happening in individual businesses across the United States? Are finance executives feeling good about their organization’s prospects? What are their top concerns for 2014? Bank of America Merrill Lynch set out to answer these and related questions in its latest “CFO Outlook” survey. Now in its 16th year, the project polled 751 CFOs and other finance executives nationwide.
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