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Articles from Financial Management (UK) (March 1, 2005)

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A consolidated institute would need to preserve the unique attributes of all of its constituents. Kaye, Roland 534
Activity-based costing: public bodies are finding more and more applications for ABC data. Lana Liu explains a CIMA-sponsored study of its use in the Crown Prosecution Service. Liu, Lana 1574
Andrew Higginson: finance and strategy director, Tesco. Interview 1172
Big business awaits European court decision on M&S's 30m [pounds sterling] test case. 338
Body of evidence: conventional competitor analysis is no longer enough, argues Mike Brooks, who explains why financial managers can become key agents in the mission to gather competitive intelligence. Brooks, Mike 1438
Budgeting and reforecasting: last year saw a massive rise in the number of profit warnings. This highlights the issues facing firms using traditional budgeting processes. Barrett, Richard 552
CIPFA issues guide for governors. Brief Article 109
Comply & demand: businesses are pinning their hopes on financial technology to ease their ever-increasing regulatory burden. Camilla Berens finds out how the IT providers are warming to this and other lucrative challenges. Berens, Camilla 2375
Create. Brief Article 88
Diary. Calendar 1556
Economics for business: the price of crude oil has oscillated like a bungee-jumper since the turn of the millennium. Perversely, the explanation for this involves a lack of elasticity. 2194
Exam notice. Calendar 738
Firms affected by the Sarbanes-Oxley. Brief Article 122
Firms selective on code compliance. Brief Article 287
Global contact details. 361
Institute fund aims to rebuild schools in Sri Lanka. Brief Article 195
International payment risk: what are the best ways to ensure that an importer in a territory new to your firm will honour its debts? Anthony Boczko explores the alternative methods. Boczko, Anthony 1450
Licence to thrill: franchising could be the ideal compromise between the safety of working for an established firm and the excitement of entrepreneurship. Prickett, Ruth 1241
Management accounting--performance evaluation: "McDonaldisation" is the term used to describe how other sectors are adopting ingredients of the fast-food firm's business model. Are they doing the right thing? 1128
Merger and acquisition activity. Brief Article 88
Pirc ups ante on combined code. Brief Article 83
Polls apart. White, Carl Letter to the Editor 207
Quondam theory. Thomson, Stephen Letter to the Editor 200
Sara Kearney: trainee accountant, the royal British Legion. Berens, Camilla Interview 630
Secret diary: having cut himself loose from the apron strings at long last, Piers Pommeroy is giving his pizza predilection free rein. But he isn't the only one with reason to be comfort eating. 866
The new CIMA professional development framework. 683
Vicious circle of short-termism threatens pensions. Brief Article 222
Why a simple sketch can make the biggest contribution. Jonnes, George Letter to the Editor 276
Will you still feed me? E.ON UK is paying 420m [pounds sterling] into its pension fund deficit--which leaves only another 308m [pounds sterling] to go. If black holes are here to stay, what is the future for corporate pension provision, asks Ruth Prickett. Prickett, Ruth Cover Story 3593

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