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Articles from Business Credit (September 1, 1994)

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Title Author Type Words
1993 Budget Act could reduce foreign investment. Naff, Kevin C. 980
After 75 years, FCIB still provides valuable services. Clark, Mark C. 444
Bankruptcy reform hangs fire. Wise, Jim 653
Bankruptcy reform is changing the legal profession. Luper, Frederick M. 692
Charity may begin at home, but the IRS wants more proof. Koppel, Michael D. 623
Closely held corporations are accountable. Berman, Eugene B. 1030
Doing business with the dragon; economic reforms bring change to China, but not without risk. Naff, Kevin C. 3016
Downsizing coupled with reengineering yields healthy gains. Tursman, Cindy 2467
FASB reconsiders earnings per share. Read, William J. 2085
FCIB's diamond anniversary. Jeschke, Katherine R. 2352
Keeping temporaries motivated: guidelines for making the most of your relationship with temporary employees. Messmer, Max 1746
Maximize sales by retaining active accounts. Parisi, John J. 750
Old risks, new tasks. Pratt, Dickson J.; Peach, Russell L. 1097
Reengineering the credit profession. Kelley, Anthony 1584
Service in a temporary world. Fagiano, David 496
Should banks charge for credit inquiries? Standards, not fees encouraged. 1113
The credit department as a profit center: using business credit insurance to partner with sales. Carey, Chris 1165
True professionals never stop learning. Rieland, Patrick L. 576
When is it too late to file a proof of claim? Maselli, Paul J. 3341

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