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  • Being There

    Readers write to say CFOs should make HR accountable for helping drive profit; that those who are asked to "cook the books" should go undercover; and more. September 1, 2009

  • Share the Wealth

    Readers write to say that executives shouldn't be so greedy; that actions should be based on convictions; that 401(k) participants don't understand their investment choices; and more. July 15, 2009

  • EMRs: Not the Healthiest Choice?

    Readers write to say that electronic medical records cost more than you think; that companies should be required to make matching 401(k) contributions; and more. June 1, 2009

  • Avoid the "Spiral of Death"

    Readers write to say that 401(k) programs should contain some asset-protection provisions; that delegating duties can conflict with cost-cutting efforts; that there are many ways for companies to control legal costs; and more. May 1, 2009

  • We're Not Going Back

    Readers write to say that TARP funds are far from free; that the government's economic stimulus package rewards bad behavior by both companies and consumers; that companies can be more proactive in controlling their health-care costs; and more. April 1, 2009

  • Worth Their Weight

    Readers write to tell us that allocating overhead costs is a key to profits; that writing down goodwill may be a prudent accounting move these days; that the chance for personal growth is an upside of the financial crisis; and more. March 1, 2009

  • Who's Your Banker?

    Readers write to say that treasurers often don't know who they're banking with; that accountants aren't paying heed to the upcoming GAAP codification; that most companies' credit-risk procedures are as poor as the subprime lenders' were; and more. February 1, 2009

  • Rethinking the Dining Experience

    Readers write to tell us how restaurant chains should prepare for the future; that one model for allocating future funds stands above others; that companies are disproportionately focused on cutting travel expenses and head count; and more. January 1, 2009

  • Having Fun Yet?

    Readers write to address employee engagement, the locations of shared service centres and the reliability of credit ratings. December 8, 2008

  • Doesn't Seem Fair

    Readers write to say that many executives are paid more than their talent for business judgment warrants; that borrowing from a 401(k) can help build its value; that mobile banking will catch on, but not at the expense of contactless payments; and more. December 1, 2008

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