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Articles from Financial Executive (October 1, 2005)

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'Leaders in motion' targets rising execs. Brief Article 137
Applying Continuous Controls Monitoring for achieving compliance and business improvement: Continuous Controls Monitoring has emerged as a solution that organizations can use to automate repetitive, time-consuming tasks to reduce compliance costs. It can simultaneously improve coverage and ensure the timeliness of reporting. Crump, James 1659
Ask FERF about ... taxes, taxes, taxes. Orenstein, Edith 759
Buyers guide. 925
Capital markets: income fund product big hit in Canada. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief Article 302
Careers: job seekers should 'think small,' CFOs say. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief Article 202
Cognos. 260
Cost containment: single ERP usage trims finance costs. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief Article 299
Crossword. Mellor, Myles 273
Deferred prosecution agreements raise concerns. Cunningham, Colleen 793
Do's and don't's for good cash management: a consultant offers a list of thoughtful and useful ideas for reducing working capital and improving internal efficiencies. Ashby, Andrew 1625
Enterprise risk management: opportunity for the treasurer. Jeffery, Craig 799
FEI members cope with wrath of Hurricane Katrina. Heffes, Ellen M. 1047
Fine-tuning your pricing strategy: uncovering 'hidden profits'. Mohammed, Rafi 836
From the editor. Marshall, Jeffrey Editorial 558
Garret Roosma. Heffes, Ellen M. 739
Governance: Krispy Kreme filing cited for its details. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief Article 321
Green Weenies and Due Diligence: Inside Business Jargon--Raw, Serious and Sometimes Funny. Marshall, Jeffrey Brief Article 144
Implementing 123(R), uncertain tax positions and GAAP hierarchy. Heffes, Ellen M. 1218
Improving people performance: the CFO's new frontier; The CFO role is extending from balanced scorecards and budget metric-setting into helping to define strategic business actions for continuous improvement. To realize organizational goals, the CFO must also enter the realm of people performance. Rampersad, Hubert 1734
Interested in being a director? Do your homework; An attorney offers a list of considerations that executives should consider before joining any corporate board. A central question: would the board fire the CEO? Wolff, Paul Martin 1324
International law: online guide details laws in Europe. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief Article 184
IRS e-filing requirements sparking concerns. Prysock, Mark 775
Is it time for more deregulation at the SEC? With a new chairman and a recent move to deregulate in one area, is it time to ask the SEC to consider a second (but much smaller) deregulatory action: eliminating the second phase of accelerated 10-K and 10-Q filings? Copenhafer, David 1669
Is relief coming for smaller public companies? de Mesa Graziano, Cheryl 1753
Letter from the Chair. Netzel, Joan E. 993
Marketing Management Analytics Inc. Brief Article 261
Names in the news. 454
Organic growth: profiting from the union of finance and marketing; The CFO's role in M & A is well established, but acquisitions often destroy shareholder value for the acquirer. To boost internal growth, savvy finance executives are partnering with marketing colleagues to drive more consistently profitable results. Meer, David Cover Story 3532
Regulators weigh in with policies related to Hurricane Katrina. Heffes, Ellen M. 694
Return on Customer: A Revolutionary Way to Measure and Strengthen Your Business. Marshall, Jeffrey Brief Article 282
Risk management; Most firms agree: ERM is a challenge. Heffes, Ellen M. 331
Small business: security issues rise as automation gains. Heffes, Ellen M. 362
Succession planning is key to smooth process: how well internal succession is handled says much about a company's ability to groom its next generation of leaders, in finance and elsewhere. Companies that do it right have well-engineered processes and a commitment to thoroughness. Marshall, Jeffrey 1989
Tax Compliance Inc. Brief Article 324
Taxware. 323
The cost of disconnected boards in the media age: a public relations executive argues that a missing ingredient for many boards today is a seasoned communications person who can assess potential crises and form appropriate responses. Keating, Rick 1211
The Tascon Group. Brief Article 250
The Three Financial Styles of Very Successful Leaders: Strategic Approaches to Identifying the Growth Drivers of Every Company. Marshall, Jeffrey Book Review 334
The true costs of sourcing from China: China isn't spelled 'cheaper,' especially when it comes to raw materials. But lower labor and overhead costs often make the decision worthwhile, though there are still a myriad of issues to understand and consider. Carboni, James 1638
Will non-profits be next focus of Sarbanes-Oxley? Heffes, Ellen M. 421

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