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Articles from Financial Executive (April 1, 2006)

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ACL Services Ltd. 269
An unforgiving environment for tax questions. Cunningham, Colleen Column 782
Ask FERF about ... tax return e-filing for corporations. de Mesa Graziano, Cheryl 813
Belgium offers a sweet tax deal for U.S. investors: eager to position itself as the "gateway to Europe" for U.S. and other global businesses, Belgium has instituted sweeping economic reforms in efforts to challenge such rivals as Ireland and Switzerland as countries of choice for corporate relocations. Heffes, Ellen M. 1635
Buyers guide. Buyers guide 1019
Chapter focus: Pittsburgh. Heffes, Ellen M. 569
Consultant scores with mathematical modeling. Marshall, Jeffrey 551
Corporate liquidity is here to stay--for now. Pozin, Chrystal 799
Creating an environment for global diversity: global diversity in the workplace is not just a human resources issue, but a business strategy that embraces many elements. Here's how 10 multinationals are successfully managing the process. Vallario, Cynthia Waller 1929
Crossword. Mellor, Myles 272
D & O queries common from boards: survey. Heffes, Ellen M. 326
Environmental policies seen as mainstream. Heffes, Ellen M. 383
Ex-UN forensics chief is hired by Deloitte. Heffes, Ellen M. 437
FEI establishes Hall of Fame, coincides with 75th anniversary gala. 251
From the editor. Marshall, Jeffrey Editorial 559
Global sourcing for global markets. Sinnett, William M. 1938
Guardium Inc. 256
Hurricane season 2006 is approaching. Are you ready? June 1 marks the beginning of the next hurricane season, which some forecasts say may be severe. Three executives talk about their experiences in 2005--especially dealing with two key areas: business continuity and employees. Heffes, Ellen M. 2361
IT spending smarts: strategies for paring costs and risks. Carcone, John 1369
James Wall. Heffes, Ellen M. 683
LogicalApps. 321
Manufacturing in China? Key facts for getting started. Pan, Alexander 796
Names in the news. 433
New in FEI Web services. 129
Optimism reigns in global leader survey. Heffes, Ellen M. 440
PGP Corp. 322
Profitable Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance: Attain Improved Shareholder Value and Bottom-Line Results. Marshall, Jeffrey Book review 258
Regulatory agencies' revolving door drives imminent change. DiFabio, Christine 765
RFPs: throw out the cookie-cutter; There is no common formula for implementing a nonqualified deferred compensation plan. Companies shouldn't expect a standard RFP to give them the desired results. Barrett-Newman, Mary Beth 2060
SEC names Corp. Finance Director. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief article 124
SEC releases ED for smaller companies. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief article 195
Silos, Politics and Turf Wars: A Leadership Fable. Marshall, Jeffrey Book review 258
Sustainable strategies for a world of economic shocks: we live in a time of sudden and severe economic and geopolitical shocks. Senior finance executives can lead the creation of a business cycle-savvy management structure and culture that ensures rapid response to avert potential risks. Navarro, Peter Cover story 3075
Sweet sendoff for FEI staff veteran. Brief article 131
Symantec Corp. 297
Tackling a very big turnaround: as part of the new executive team at Computer Associates, Robert Davis was intrigued by the challenge and the leadership group he was joining. But the CFO has a lot on his plate--not the least of which involves complying with a deferred prosecution agreement meant to ensure CA's survival. Marshall, Jeffrey Interview 2672
The CFO: from controller to global strategic partner. Howell, Robert A. 3835
The investment policy: Sarbanes-Oxley 'first line of defense'; A properly structured investment policy serves as a roadmap for pursuing a company's investment objectives. But, often these documents contain vague and contradictory language and do not reflect current risk tolerance and liquidity requirements. A cash management expert provides insights on updating your investment policy. Saperstein, Richard 1724
Winning Legally: How to Use the Law to Create Value, Marshal Resources and Manage Risk. Marshall, Jeffrey Book review 280
With convergence closer, IASB chair reflects on progress. Heffes, Ellen M. Interview 2394
World-class supply practices boost shareholder value: a focus on both direct and indirect spending, including smaller items, can have a powerful effect on corporate performance. Top companies involve their procurement group and other internal functions, plus suppliers, to boost competitive advantage. Rudzki, Robert A. 1410

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