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Why Are Companies Sitting on So Much Cash?

Why Are Companies Sitting on So Much Cash?

Harvard Business Review - Kristine W. Hankins and Mitchell Petersen

U.S. non-financial corporations are sitting on just over $4 trillion dollars in cash, according to the latest Flow of Funds estimates, up from $2.7 trillion a decade ago and just $1.6 trillion in 2000. The question is why, and what should executives learn from this massive growth in corporate cash …

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