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Articles from Financial Executive (June 1, 2006)

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Ask FERF about ... SEC Advisory Committee on Smaller Public Companies recommendations. de Mesa Graziano, Cheryl 736
Buyers guide. Buyers guide 972
Chapter focus: Central Florida. 440
Collaborative Cap-X process pays benefits: an integrated capital expenditure process allows a company to pool opportunities across business units and to utilize information from multiple stakeholders to realize enhanced benefits and streamline the data collection process. LaFaver, Mary Faye 2053
Congress imposes new hurdles for contractors. Lewis, Robert E., Jr. 785
CrossTec Corp. 339
Crossword. Mellor, Myles 210
D & O for private companies: answers to common questions. Metzger, Carl E. 1517
Distinguished Service Award goes to Baker. Brief article 239
Ensuring financial leadership: one way to ensure a good pipeline of finance talent is to grow it internally. Here's what some large companies are doing to keep their finance staffs up do date--on much more than just accounting. Karr, Susan Schott 2221
From the editor. Marshall, Jeffrey Editorial 541
Funding gains don't alter outlook: study. Heffes, Ellen M. 358
Independent contractor case sounds a loud warning. Heffes, Ellen M. 362
IPO market sags as M & A hits 5-year high. Heffes, Ellen M. 431
It security, investment top CFO concerns: Financial Executives Research Foundation (FERF) analyzes the results of its eighth annual CFO technology issues survey. Boltin, Gerald 1439
Movaris Inc. 404
Must-Win Battles: How to Win Them, Again and Again. Marshall, Jeffrey Book review 370
Names in the news. 489
On critical accounting issues, CFOs can add value: as audit committees' responsibilities and pressures grow, they are now looking to the CFO to help them understand the complex area of oversight of accounting judgments and estimates. Daly, Kenneth 1330
Oni Chukwu. Heffes, Ellen M. 730
OpenPages. 358
Optimizing the business benefits from technology acquisitions: making intelligent technology purchases requires a vision, a long-term strategy and the knowledge that desired objectives are attainable. Smart companies--moving toward single data repositories across their enterprises--are doing things smarter, faster and better. Murray, Dave 3341
Outstanding chapters saluted at Summit. 88
Roundtable survey finds clear trends. Heffes, Ellen M. 451
Six tips for buying or expanding a business. Stone, Jeff 733
Symantec Corp. Brief article 280
The explosion of accounting standards. Tweedie, David 4914
The Ultimate Question: Driving Good Profits and True Growth. Marshall, Jeffrey Book review 426
Treasury's role in planning for the worst-case scenario. Power, Carol 765
Turning up the noise on CSR: activist groups like the Rainforest Action Network have taken to the streets recently to protest corporate policies. At the same time, however, a nascent backlash movement is questioning companies about their "green" initiatives. Marshall, Jeffrey 2056
Two studies differ on F & A practices. Heffes, Ellen M. 313
Undoing Chapter 11: learning from the United Airlines deal; Gaining consensus for the deal to restructure United Airlines was not easy, with sacrifices from all its constituencies. With the airline finally pursuing its new path, the lead attorney and two partners who crafted the deal share some lessons learned. Seligman, David R. 1860
Up and away with SOA: service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a current technology rage. Its goal is to make IT integration faster, more effective and cheaper, while using existing tools. Marshall, Jeffrey 1377
When true value really isn't true and fair. Cunningham, Colleen 843

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