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Articles from Financial Executive (March 1, 2009)

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'Surprising' conclusion to fixing U.S. health care. Nelson, Greg Survey 833
Against the 'green?'. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief article 201
Ann Kaesermann. Raab, Marian 607
Audit committee leaders face increasing workload. Ward, Ralph D. 2256
Considering transitioning to international Financial Reporting Standards? Heffes, Ellen M. Brief article 270
Crossword. 268
Data breaches highlight the importance of privacy. Pierson, Christopher T. 981
Directors' roles in assessing strategy. Heffes, Ellen M. 394
Downsize today: while thinking about tomorrow: today's economic realities are forcing many firms to shed jobs and space. Those that consider the whole picture--the people and real estate--can smartly cut and maintain productivity while simultaneously creating an environment for when the recovery comes. Pratzel, Bob; Morton, Steve 1229
Financial Darwinism: Create Value or Self-Destruct in a World of Risk. Marshall, Jeffrey Book review 253
Financial Executive enters digital age. Brief article 113
He's been working on the railroad: the challenge and opportunity of the just-deregulated railroad drew Rob Knight's interest fresh out of college nearly three decades ago. The industry's changes and new developments--from fuel-efficiency to intermodal--continue to keep him motivated. Heffes, Ellen M. Interview 1982
Increasing transparency through enhanced business reporting: in today's economy, investors need contextual information on important areas impacting performance, such as the competitive environment, strategy and risks as well as important intangible assets. Laux, Bob 1470
Information governance in a 2.0 world: the growing presence of Web 2.0 in the workplace is challenging enterprises to understand its unique governance risks and productivity rewards--leaking it similar to the early days of email. McKinnon, Cheryl 2013
IRS briefs COT on policy issues, more. 105
IT and the future of decision making: information technology has been changing the way business is done for more than 20 years, and its role in decision making has catapulated. Yet, while information is plentiful, the transparency has information is plentiful, the transparency hjas introduced new complications for making the best use of the data. Sinnett, William M. 2681
Keeping profits up in a down economy. Pinkus, Hugh 738
Maintaining compliance during the turmoil. Heffes, Ellen M. 401
Marie Hollein: it's FEI's time to shine. Heffes, Ellen M. Cover story 1417
Market turmoil: the treasurer's point of view. Gallanis, Mike 616
Minorities 'not wanted,' says survey. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief article 294
Mr. Market Miscalculates: The Bubble Years and Beyond. Marshall, Jeffrey Book review 211
New president for FEI, new format for FE, more. Heffes, Ellen M. 566
Oh, no! Not my sports tickets! Heffes, Ellen M. 379
PAYGO or 'no go'--a balancing act between taxes and relief. North, Cady 791
Reining in pay packages: though many executive pay packages will shrink this year, experts agree that--no matter what the industry--high-performing chief financial officers will always be in demand. Raab, Marian 1840
Tax considerations: the use of fair-value accounting in the U.S. has accelerated in recent years as a means of enhancing financial statement quality, transparency and relevance. With the trend toward global convergence--where fair-value measurement is even more prevalent--here are highlights of certain tax considerations. Abahoonie, Edward; Barbut, Yosef 1915
The balance-sheet perspective of enterprise risk management. Wiklund, Dana; Rabkin, Barry 1184
The Innovator's Prescription: A Disruptive Solution for Health Care. Marshall, Jeffrey Book review 355
Top Technology Initiatives. Heffes, Ellen M. Brief article 145
What's needed to move to IFRS? Malwitz, Mike; O'Rourke, John 1308
Yes, we can! Hollein, Marie Viewpoint essay 755

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