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Articles from Financial Executive (September 1, 2004)

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A Bias for Action: How Effective Managers Harness Their Willpower, Achieve Results and Stop Wasting Time. Marshall, Jeffrey Book Review 322
Ask FERF (financial executives research foundation) about ... recent regulatory highlights. Orenstein, Edith G. 716
Auditing software. 330
Congress has much work to do. Shepler, Bob 762
Continuous monitoring, auditing needed for Sarbanes-Oxley. Heffes, Ellen M. 321
Corporate culture: are boards of directors responsible? A panel of experts discusses the role of boards of directors in driving corporate culture. Sweeney, Daniel J. 764
CPM software. 345
Crossword. Mellor, Myles 228
Deena L. Soulon. Heffes, Ellen M. 674
Don't ignore electronic due diligence: potential acquirers would do well to apply sophisticated electronic methods to quickly search email and other electronic data for lurking liabilities. Thornquist, David K. 1712
Eyeing new investment fund rules: new SEC-driven rules react to market-timing and late trading practices, aiming to correct governance policies and address deficiencies. de Mesa Graziano, Cheryl 1896
Featuring software solutions buyers guide. Buyers Guide 1159
FERF names new chair. Sinnett, William M. 394
Finance and IT: a need to work together; While their roles are very different, CIOs and CFOs say that more than ever, they need to cooperate and plan together to cost-effectively deliver systems and applications that companies need to thrive. Marshall, Jeffrey 4431
Financial Executive wins 2 more awards. Brief Article 127
Foreign exchange: rate risk not key investment criteria. Heffes, Ellen M. 388
From the editor. Marshall, Jeffrey Editorial 556
Funding products, not just ideas: venture capitalists are busy once again funneling money into new and growing companies--but with limits. 'We're not handing them the keys to the Porsche up front,' says one. Sweeney, Paul 2058
Governance/compliance. 319
Healthcare; Study: smaller firms trimming benefits. Heffes, Ellen M. 445
Human resources: tips for judging quality of training. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief Article 184
Hyperion helps Bytemobile access success. A conversation with Randy Stevens. Interview 475
In an era of full disclosure, what about cash? Given the ever-mounting investor interest in cash flows, companies should be making a concerted effort to provide such information in their quarterly earnings releases. Randerson, Erik 1490
IRS revises Schedule M-3 for C corps. Heffes, Ellen M. 362
IRS takes aim at compensation. Marshall, Jeffrey 737
Is the time right for a sale-leaseback? The current state of the capital markets and an influx of capital have created a prime situation for such a transaction, writes a real estate finance expert. Levin, Gerald J. 1512
Jim Eagen. Brief Article 82
Jim Kelly. Madden, Jim Brief Article 186
John Ware. Madden, Jim Brief Article 287
Lynn Ledwith. Madden, Jim Brief Article 191
Management: six stages of business oxymorons. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief Article 219
Moving BC into the corporate mainstream: business continuity is in flux--as an industry and profession--as it seeks to find its stature, status and funding in corporate America. Quinn, Lawrence Richter 2112
Names in the news. 363
Offshoring: and the winner is ... contrary to the recent spate of negative media coverage and political attacks against offshoring, a growing body of credible sources are speaking out about the upside for the U.S.--for both jobs and the economy. Heffes, Ellen M. 3173
Pensions: plan funding improved in 2003, study shows. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief Article 220
Popping the China question: will the bubble burst or gently deflate? Xie, Andy 629
Praise for column on auditing. Windell, Steven A. Letter to the Editor 322
Pulling it all together: a new model, the enterprise data hub, can present a 'single source of truth' without disrupting existing business processes or requiring costly IT reinvestments. Yen, Bennet K. 1611
Risk management. Brief Article 198
Stepped-up rulemaking, enforcement: keeping SEC busy. Heffes, Ellen M. Interview 1940
Stock options: shares reserved pool raises key issues. Heffes, Ellen M. 390
Tax law changes are in the wind: a review of what's being considered in the wide-ranging Congressional package of business-law tax changes that could affect both domestic and international operations. Prior, Andrew 2011
Technical committee profile: CPC. Heffes, Ellen M. 1143
Telecom management. 362
The Audit Committee Handbook, Fourth Edition. Marshall, Jeffrey Book Review 247
The decade of the customer. Madden, Jim Brief Article 227
The Good Corporate Citizen: A Practical Guide. Marshall, Jeffrey Book Review 208
Treasury: sweep assets fell as rates declined. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief Article 290
Who relies on spreadsheets? Too many: a survey finds a surprising inability of companies to reduce their dependence on spreadsheets as a primary means of controlling/accounting for treasury-related transactions that supported future actions or decisions. Lynn, Bruce 1773
Widening the gap: big GAAP vs. little GAAP. Sayther, Colleen 770

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