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Articles from Financial Executive (January 1, 2011)

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'Playing hardball' a key negotiating tack. Ladd, Scott 390
A 'nicer' image on CFO agenda? Ladd, Scott Brief article 296
Accounting standard-setting: convergence drives more change: uncertainty remains over whether, how and when the SEC will make the decision for U.S. companies to incorporate or converge with IFRS, leaving U.S. GAAP behind. Will a decision come in June, or beyond? Here's what to consider in the meantime. Munter, Paul 1801
At least the roller coaster image has the car going up! Heffes, Ellen M. Editorial 535
Benchmarking the finance function. 159
Better measurement, forecasting projected for 2011. Ladd, Scott Brief article 292
BRIC banking? Do your due diligence. Hinojosa, Victor 785
Changing times present challenges: in the following, a former SEC chief accountant candidly comments on the general business, regulatory, investment and pension environment and what might influence the SEC's decision on converging U.S. GAAP with IFRS. Turner, Lynn E. 2208
Corporate performance metrics to top board agendas: with heightened responsibilities and scrutiny, corporate boards are rethinking operations and finding that performance metrics are essential tools. Daly, Ken 1767
Crossword. 308
Deficits & politics to drive 2011 tax policy: with deficit and budget concerns, legislators and policymakers in Washington are grappling with difficult decisions regarding deficit reduction and tax reform. Balancing the desire for some additional short-term fiscal stimulus and targeted tax reductions with long-term deficit reduction goals will make this year challenging for lawmakers. Neubig, Tom; Dell, Michael 2162
Executive pay circa: as executive pay practices come under more intense scrutiny, companies must better manage compensation-related risk. As they adapt compensation programs in the year ahead, they'll be providing stronger links between performance and pay. Heim, Jim 1944
Fasten your seat belts! Heffes, Ellen M. Brief article 309
FEI CEO's 2011 top challenges for financial executives. 1670
FEI Nashville raises XBRL awareness. Brief article 241
Financial hiring making a comeback. Ladd, Scott 266
Getting a sluggish economy move to: though signs are rosy for growth over the next 12 months in China, India and Brazil, they're less so for the U.S. and the rest of the developed world. What's needed? Jobs, business investment and consumer spending, to name a few. Some CFOs express optimism these conditions will be changing for the better this year. Cohan, Peter S. 1889
Goodwill: hunting for consistency one step at a time. Franceschi, Greg 829
Growth model for the recovering economy: technology-fueled leveraged growth. Openshaw, Eric; Dong, Glen 1582
Hyper-regulation leaves no place to hide: an unprecedented level of regulation and new legislation are expected to have a major impact on tax and finance departments. Tax is transforming from a departmental, siloed process to an enterprise function, as tax and finance departments are increasingly integrating to improve productivity and manage tax risk and compliance. Norton, Bob 2609
Intangible Capital: Putting Knowledge to Work in the 21st-Century Organization. Marshall, Jeffrey Book review 218
Let's make it a year to remember. Hollein, Marie 854
Litigation stemming from the credit crisis increasing: the credit crisis has amplified the focus on corporate governance issues in litigation, and there are literally hundreds of cases that have been filed--particularly securities class action lawsuits, SEC enforcement actions and breach of fiduciary duty actions. Many more can be expected, as a result of an invigorated SEC. Hopkins, Sheryl 1925
New study reveals lack of full health reform planning. Ladd, Scott 257
Overhaul: An Insider's Account of the Obama Administration's Emergency Rescue of the Auto Industry. Marshall, Jeffrey 546
Patricia L. Pearcy. Ladd, Scott Biography 597
Recession over, challenges remain for chief audit executives. Ladd, Scott 324
Seven steps to winning a small business loan. Zippwald, Rachel 824
The 2011 economy deja vu: all over again? Tough and yet-to-be-written new federal regulations, tense debates over taxes, spending and investment, stubbornly high unemployment levels. Over the past year, these were some of the factors influencing an economic recovery best described as tepid. What's on tap for 2011? By most accounts, more of the same. Ladd, Scott 2216
Trustee spotlight: Tom Freeman. 927
Von der Heyden and LeGrange inducted into FEI's 5th Hall of Fame. 570
Will new regulations deter corporate fraud? New regulations and ongoing concerns about globalization point to stepped-up oversight for financial institutions and lenders. But uncovering fraud remains a titanic task. Even with new measures, preventing those determined to commit fraud will remain difficult. Sweeney, Paul 2019
Will the new Congress take a new direction? Roberts, Tyler 745

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