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Articles from Treasury & Risk (November 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
Aiming for lower volatility: Covidien. Brief article 303
Automating debt compliance: Toyota. 332
Automating derivatives management: Microsoft. 359
Bringing valuations in-house: Toyota. 342
Buying from the wind farm: Google. 586
Cash consciousness: DRS Sustainment systems. Brief article 293
Changing mindsets and getting rid of paper: Kellogg. 354
Credit function redesign: Flextronics International. 359
Cutting way back on banks: Sun Chemical. 357
Editor's desk: it's been a year of striving and surviving since Treasury & Risk. Editorial 295
Engineering a move to avoid the landfill: RTI. Brief article 299
Expanding automation: Google. 565
First taste of dim sum bonds: McDonald's. 650
Floating-rate savings: Honeywell International. Brief article 300
Fraud fears increase. Brief article 204
FUEL notes power upgrade effort: ford motor. 605
Funding two big deals: PPL corp. 321
Gearing up with a team effort: Microsoft wins the overall excellence award for the fourth time in AHA history. Miskin, Donna Company overview 1621
Getting the scoop on outlying accounts: Omnicom. Brief article 305
Guarding reputations: three new insurance products aim to give companies a hand when their brands take a beating. Lindorff, Dave 443
Implementing centralized leasing: Omnicom. Brief article 312
Making global payments cheaper: Travelex. 309
Mark-to-market solution: Honeywell. 620
Merging fraud, AML systems: collecting and analyzing data on the same platform likely will improve crime prevention, quality control and cost savings. Hintze, John 398
Mining for card abuse: Mayo Clinic. 592
Moving up with SaaS: Eastman Chemical updates and streamlines its treasury with software-as-a-service and hedging technology. Gamble, Richard 1085
Pension plan sponsors face decade of rising contributions. 463
Piloting eBAM: wall street systems and BNY Mellon. 593
Playfully pulling risk data: Paychex. 373
Political-giving feedback: two groups roll out indexes that measure how forthcoming big companies are about their political contributions. 414
Private businesses and GAAP. Brief article 177
Real-time asset reallocation: Hewlett-Packard. 340
SEC provides guidelines for disclosing cyber attacks. 432
Seeking the optimal capital structure: Pfizer. 340
Standardizing bank reports: Microsoft. 352
Staying strong and liquid: Caterpillar. Financial report 363
Strategic role of treasury advances: Treasury & Risk's 2011 strategic treasury survey. Survey 492
Streamlining payments: Thomson Reuters. 323
Taking netting to the Nth degree: visa. 592
The ZBA way to concentrate cash: Microsoft. 615
Uncertain future for money funds: can constant NAV funds survive the latest wave of regulatory changes? Brace, Rebecca 1611
Weathering a recall: Toyota. 607

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