Stephen Sewell's 1986 exemplifies the traits of the decade: apocalyptic in feel, epic in scope and unforgiving in length
IAFEI and partners Duke University and Grenoble EM regularly survey CFOs across the world. For the second quarter 2018, the poll ran from May 13 to June 7, 2018.
An objective elaboration and analysis of the government debt situation in Indonesia to help answer the public's concern on the prospect of the country's economy in the future.
South Africa needs to harness its service sector into an innovative and export orientated way to push back poverty, unemployment and inequality.
London is a global financial centre that relies on money coming in from overseas. When the EU goes, what is left?
This bald-faced refusal to acknowledge their own inconvenient history in part comes from the politicians' belief that if you just burnish the "spin", you can get away with saying anything.
A new survey reveals that firms are only slowly adapting to advances in financial technology, even as CFO optimism rises.
New research shows that many adults across the world are financially illiterate and unable to complete even basic mathematical calculations.
The financial services industry is nothing more than gambling, dressed up in the 'professional' clothing of business.
A new study reveals the challenges faced by people living with disabilities who want to open their own businesses.
The EU has ruled out any cherry picking from the UK for things like single market access for financial services.
The 20 largest OECD countries alone have a US$78 trillion shortfall in their pensions obligations.
African cities are failing to raise development funds through bond markets.
Markets follow a mix of economic reasoning, human emotion and out-of-control algorithms.
The Dow Jones is on a rollercoaster. But don't panic.
The shake up at South Africa's power utility, Eskom, sends a good signal about where Cyril Ramaphosa is taking the country.
Zimbabwe's new administration has promised to revive the country's agricultural sector. Here's what it needs to do.
CFOs spend two-thirds of their waking hours working, according to a survey. The difficulty that companies are having hiring and retaining qualified employees is also at a 20-year high.
In announcing free higher education, South African President Jacob Zuma, lobbed a populist hot potato at the ANC elective conference but it's ordinary people whose fingers will be burnt.
Open banking will require data sharing that will disrupt the monopoly that big banks have on customers' financial data. It will boost the range of products and deals available to people.