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Articles from Financial Executive (March 1, 2006)

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170 Systems. Brief article 222
Archive Systems. Brief article 187
Ask FERF about ... using enterprise content management for Section 404 compliance. Sinnett, William M. 688
AXS-One Inc. 306
Bookshelf. Marshall, Jeffrey 800
Building finance departments: from recruiting to retaining; What might be viewed as a "perfect storm" brewing in the labor market--an aging workforce, talent shortages, fewer people entering the workforce and wage pressures--can be counteracted to avert a talent crisis. Messmer, Max 2288
Business and finance go global: while the Depression and World War II dampened global expansion, it has been surging in recent decades. Financial executives have seen their own tools and procedures dramatically altered amid a welter of advances in communication, distribution and technology. Marshall, Jeffrey 3600
Buyers guide. Buyers guide 1019
By any true accounting, the deed was fraud: a former financial services manager at MCI recounts what happened in a well-publicized case that he came to know intimately, and offers advice to others about how to deal with fraud and any ensuing litigation. Wanserski, Jim Editorial 2366
Centralize treasury management to reduce risk, increase control. Struzenski, Jeffery 768
CFO turnover rising, analyst firm reports. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief article 248
Chapter focus: Atlanta. Heffes, Ellen M. 349
Chapters can access anniversary website. Brief article 163
Companies focusing on fast-track group. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief article 208
Correction. Correction notice 126
Crossword. Mellor, Myles 304
Debunking the five myths of global expansion: it can be daunting for a small business to consider opening up markets overseas. But with the growth of the internet, almost anyone can be an international company. Tobin, Michael 1540
From the editor. Marshall, Jeffrey 563
Identical? Yes, but twins share only so much. Marshall, Jeffrey Interview 652
Is it time to revise 8-K rules on auditor changes? Announcing an auditor change can raise red flags, even though such concerns may be unwarranted. In this era of increasing transparency, 8-Ks that also include the reasons for change can allay negative assumptions. Fusco, Cono 1967
Lobbying: what is it really, and will the scandal change anything? Davila, Serena 777
M & A looks hot--and energy hotter still: a number of factors coming together have M & A experts talking about a banner year, especially for the energy industry, where volatile commodity prices have spurred buyers and sellers to pair off. Sweeney, Paul 2168
Major firms agree to disclose political gifts. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief article 268
Mark Zorko. Heffes, Ellen M. Interview 776
Most A/R disputes won by customers. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief article 219
Names in the news. 449
New markets pose growing challenge. Heffes, Ellen M. 288
NexVue Information Systems. Brief article 243
Off-balance-sheet airing sought by EU. Heffes, Ellen M. 260
Open Systems Inc. Brief article 174
PwC U.S. Chairman calls for balance between rules and principles. Heffes, Ellen M. 1691
Sound IT governance requires breadth & depth: to be effective, IT governance must be constructed on the foundations of law, security practices, risk management, audit standards and regulatory compliance--and on common sense. Bamberger, Jeffrey 1738
Summit 2006: networking and knowledge for financial executives. 3586
Survey: companies see more hiring in China. Heffes, Ellen M. 399
Taking the road to exit planning. Lindenmayer, Will 834
The Accounts Payable Network. 329
The Enron trial and its link to Sarbanes-Oxley. Cunningham, Colleen 714
The exceptional CFO: from finance to corporate leadership; Oracle's chairman--formerly its CFO--provides personal insights on how CFOs can catapult their own exceptional performance to gain even higher positions. Henley, Jeff 1183
The fed handoff is done. Now what? In taking over from legendary Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke has his work cut out for him. CFOs are among those who aren't quite sure what to expect. Opinions are divided about whether Bernanke's talk about "inflation targeting" is a good thing or potential trouble. Millman, Gregory J. 3574
Why stock options still make sense: news reports herald their demise, but two consultants argue that stock options--used by 90 percent of the largest U.S. companies--remain the cornerstone of U.S. equity compensation, and for good reasons. Graskamp, Edward 1934
Will revealing more be enough? A new SEC executive compensation proposal has sparked debate about just how to go about disclosing more. Financial Executives Research Foundation looks into the potential impact of the new rules. de Mesa Graziano, Cheryl 2122

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