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Articles from Financial Executive (July 1, 2013)

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Adapting the finance recruiting profile. Safian, Craig W. 745
Balance graduatesheet: when as a college Kendall Helfenbein began his career at KPMG, it took two years to surpass what had been his part-time annual salary as a student, as an award-winning "super salesman" at Radio Shack. Heffes, Ellen M. Interview 695
Battle lGeorge Meade tested: what Gettysburg ban teach today's financial executives: on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, CFOs and other financial executives can take numerous leadership lessons from that epic period in history. Ruggero, Ed 2699
Beyond DSO: intelligent receivables management can improve customer relationships: Days sales outstanding (DSO) is the underpinning of accounts receivable, but knowledgeable financial executives can take collections to the next level. Wilson, mark 1318
Bridging the divide between & transfer pricing valuations. Levin, Nathan; Weise, Jill 1675
CFOs need to be at the center of risk: with risks around every corner, CFOs need to keep a broad view to protect the enterprise and build a resilient organization. Burchill, Jeffrey 1595
Compliance programs--on everyone's agenda: the past decade has shown a significant shift in corporate thinking about compliance, as it has become a key consideration for a risk-intelligent enterprise. Here is some current thinking about the strategic value of enterprise compliance and how to create it. Sandford, Nicole; Epps, Donna 2088
Deal or no deal: the M&A landscape in the U.S. has restarted after years of laying fallow, but this is not your typical rebound. Sweeney, Paul 2220
Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work. Sweeney, Paul Book review 616
FEI visits the UK. Brief article 109
Finding failure's fair market value. Editorial 481
IASB calls for behavioral change regarding disclosure. Conference notes 339
Important message to financial executives: never stop learning. Hollein, Marie N. 521
Japanese uncertainty in a shift to IFRS: waiting on the SEC, Japan throttles back in a move toward IFRS with an abundance of caution and a bit of uncertainty. Burkholder, Steve 2033
Making the most of social media: to outpace competitors, businesses are harnessing the power of social technologies to connect employees, customers and partners to transform business processes in new and innovative ways and enabling CFOs to streamline business processes and drive results. Schick, Jeff 1072
Making the most of Work Opportunity Tax Credits. Heffes, Ellen M. 386
Navigating today's debt capital markets. McCarrick, Bob 1155
New lease accounting proposal: what it means and what companies can do to prepare. Day, Rick; Stuart, Rich 1546
Now comes the (really) hard part. Westfall, Christopher 602
Private companies and IPOs: closing in on the red zone. Houston, Tracy 744
Real-world cyberthreats: detection of the malicious email and subsequent intrusion can be extremely difficult. Spending an extra two seconds to hover over links to verify the actual website will have an advantage over not-so-savvy users. Habersetzer, Vernon 1626
Reputational risks top board concerns. Heffes, Ellen M. 417
Rethinking the company's competitive advantage. Goldsmith, David 2164
Section 304 claw backs: can negligence qualify as 'misconduct?'. Cimino, Thomas P., Jr.; Zubairi, Junaid A.; Thorsness, William W. 1149
Taylor Hawes 2013-2014 FEI US chair: aims to change the dialogue: in all his experience and current activities, it is apparent that Taylor Hawes sees and optimizes a link between finance and technology, and he aims to apply his deep knowledge and experience to furthering the goals and operations of FEI. Heffes, Ellen M. 1506
The great global talent hunt. Tyagarajan, N.V., "Tiger" 1885
Top C-suite worries revealed. Heffes, Ellen M. 359
Top tax challenges. Brennan, Bill 2143
Upcoming conferences events 2013. Calendar 153
Washington's long, hot summer will blow into fall. Roberts, Tyler 759

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