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Articles from Financial Management (UK) (December 1, 2003)

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A century of CIMA. Inman, Mark Lee Letter to the Editor 101
Above and beyond: certain business issues are simply too complex to be decided by sticking to economic principles. David Allen ponders the need to take the financial management profession to a higher level. Allen, David 866
Acquire within: obtaining the money to fund a management buy-out may not be the easiest task in the current economic climate, but it's by no means impossible. Paul Beveridge and Louisa Roberts set out the key principles to follow to secure the best deal available. Beveridge, Paul; Roberts, Louisa 1336
BADSA scraps certification plan. Brief Article 88
Balanced scorecard provides ROI: a study has found the key to performance management. Prickett, Ruth 336
Charity FDs issue reform plan: proposals are aimed at enhancing financial transparency. Howarth, Anita 343
Council reviews progress of new business system. 385
Dangerous curves: America's economic juggernaut has roared ahead of its main competitors during the third quarter, but David Ross suggests that some hazards may be lying just around the corner. Ross, David 694
Disciplinary case. Brief Article 268
EC plans bankruptcy law reforms. Brief Article 81
Editorial comment. Prickett, Ruth 519
Finals frontiers. Margerison, John Letter to the Editor 115
Firms take to on-line banking. Brief Article 88
Go east. Cassell, Merrill Letter to the Editor 467
Investors finally flex their muscles: shareholder rebellions are now coming thick and fast. Howarth, Anita 398
Just seventeen: corporate social responsibility reporting is still at a formative stage, and British businesses are disclosing differing levels of information in a variety of ways in the absence of mandatory standards. Samuel Idowu and Brian Towler study a stream of conscientiousness from 17 companies to compare how and what they report. Idowu, Samuel; Towler, Brian 3587
Money-laundering law deferred. Brief Article 133
MPs propose pay legislation: but the government is unlikely to accept their advice. Howarth, Anita 395
On-line services. Brief Article 91
Pensions law: winners and losers. Brief Article 84
Powers of observation: surveillance in the workplace is a difficult subject that employers cannot afford to get wrong. Ben Willmott explains the best way to keep on the right side of the Information Commissioner. Willmott, Ben 829
Safety checks. Epsley, Bruce Letter to the Editor 145
Shop of little horrors: even before the organised chaos of the Christmas rush, Hamleys has already had a tumultuous year. Cathy Hayward explains how the business went private this summer after a dismal decade on the stock market--and asks FD Ian Parker how the firm plans to write a happy-ever-after for its toy story. Hayward, Cathy Interview 1647
Small investors act on fat-cat pay: one in 10 private shareholders has sold shares in protest. Howarth, Anita Brief Article 295
Snapshots of shareholder resistance. 429
Sri Lankan becomes youngest ACMA at 20. Brief Article 114
The CIMA/Financial Management Awards Wednesday 12 November 2003, London. 618
TW 03: this year in business has been marked by the rise of shareholder activism--an understandable response to the recent shocking lapses in corporate governance. Ruth Prickett looks back on the past 12 months and asks the experts how companies can establish better investor relations in 2004. Prickett, Ruth 2206
Welcome to sarajevo: the civil war in Bosnia-Herzegovina may have ended seven years ago, but the republic is still fighting to repair the economic and socio-political damage that has slowed its progress towards a modern market economy. Duncan Williamson reports on his work in reforming local firms' management accounting practices as part of the aid effort. Williamson, Duncan 1711
Why way-out is on its way out: Karen Tipping explains how R&D activity in the high-tech sector has been affected by the industry downturn--and why pragmatism is likely to dominate the innovations of the future. Tipping, Karen 685

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