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The Future of Finance: Trends, Strategies, and Predictions

The Future of Finance: Trends, Strategies, and Predictions

Learn what CFOs and finance leaders need to be aware of as we navigate 2020 and beyond.
The Future of Finance: Trends, Strategies, and Predictions

The Future of Finance: Trends, Strategies, and Predictions

Learn what CFOs and finance leaders need to be aware of as we navigate 2020 and beyond.

Financial Trouble Breeds Winter of Discontent for Nissan Employees

As Christmas looms, Nissan just placed an unwanted gift in the stockings of its U.S. employees. Sinking sales, combined with a global streamlining of its cash-strapped operation, has led the automaker

New Nissan CEO Examines Renault Alliance (Not the Car)

Nissan’s new chief executive, Makoto Uchida, believes now is the time to reassess its corporate partnership with Renault. In case this is the first automotive-related article you’ve read this year,
Year-End Financial Planning for Small Businesses

Year-End Financial Planning for Small Businesses

At the end of the year, small business owners must take on a complex balancing act with their finances to…
The Met Opera’s Credit Outlook Darkens After Modest Deficits

The Met Opera’s Credit Outlook Darkens After Modest Deficits

Rising capital expenses, including the repair of its theater’s travertine exterior, are among the company’s financial challenges.

Kickstarter wants projects to be more transparent about their budget

Crowdfunding is great in theory, but many projects fail to meet their fundraising goals, end up asking for more money or fall apart entirely. In an attempt to help creators avoid those fates,

Report: Abandoning Small Car Segment Could Be a Big Mistake

A new report from Edmunds tries to make a case against Ford and General Motors placing their small- and medium-sized cars on an iceberg and setting it adrift. We don’t even need to see the metrics to
Dame Dash Says He Can't Pay $2,400 He Owes in Ongoing Lawsuit

Dame Dash Says He Can't Pay $2,400 He Owes in Ongoing Lawsuit

Damon Dash was in the news last year after he publicly confronted filmmaker Lee Daniels over money he was owed.
Fall Art Auctions See Significant Declines

Fall Art Auctions See Significant Declines

Houses do the best with what they have. But it’s “a season with few trophies,” said one expert.
A Trustee Leaves Trove of Old Masters Works to the Met

A Trustee Leaves Trove of Old Masters Works to the Met

In her bequest, the longtime donor Jayne Wrightsman left more than 375 works to the museum, along with $80 million for acquisitions.
Will Global Jitters Dull the Glitter of New York’s Art Gigaweek?

Will Global Jitters Dull the Glitter of New York’s Art Gigaweek?

A rediscovered David Hockney and a welded hippo are among some 2,000 works coming to auction. But only a handful are trophies.
Galerie St. Etienne Going Nonprofit Route

Galerie St. Etienne Going Nonprofit Route

The gallery helped build an American market for artists like Käthe Kollwitz and Egon Schiele. It is winding down business and transitioning to a nonprofit foundation by the end of 2020.

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Announces 7 Site-Specific Installations

The new pieces will be unveiled upon the completion of a $450 million redevelopment plan, which broke ground in 2012.
Billionaire’s Ugly Divorce Ignites Battle Over Spectacular Art Trove

Billionaire’s Ugly Divorce Ignites Battle Over Spectacular Art Trove

First Harry Macklowe installed a giant photo of his new wife on the side of a building. Now he’s feuding with his ex-wife over nearly $1 billion in art.

Bill Traylor’s Outsider Art Veers Into the Mainstream

A show at David Zwirner Gallery, with the William Louis-Dreyfus Foundation, argues for a more inclusive vision of American art.

Bill Traylor’s Outsider Art Veers Into the Mainstream

A show at David Zwirner Gallery, with the William Louis-Dreyfus Foundation, argues for a more inclusive vision of American art.

Profit From Art Isn’t Dirty. It Means: Make More Art.

Are you an artist who dislikes dealing with the financial part of your work? Think of profit as a form of permission.

Ford Takes a Third-quarter Hit, Top Brass Talk Botched Explorer Launch

Analysts predicted a less-than-stellar quarter for Ford Motor Company, so it was not a shock to see turbulence in the company’s third-quarter financials. The company’s net income dropped 57 percent in

Facebook releases Zuckerberg’s upcoming testimony in defense of Libra

Tomorrow, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will appear before the Financial Services Committee, where he's expected to be grilled about Facebook's planned cryptocurrency Libra and digital wallet Calibra.