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  • Health and Safety

    Readers discuss the importance of weighing up security and stability when choosing a new location for share services, the strain of IT M&A, and why cloud computing matters. November 3, 2008

  • Election Results

    Readers write to say inflation should be the presidential candidates' top concern; that boards of directors, regulators, rating agencies, and portfolio managers should emulate Tim Russert; that politicians aren't to blame for Wall Street's woes; and more. November 1, 2008

  • On Auto

    Readers offer their thoughts on getting a faster close; managing supply chains; and more. October 6, 2008

  • You Say You Want a Revolution

    Readers write to say that fair value is not a revolution but a renaissance; that the notion of "fairness" is relative to different markets; that small businesses may be adversely affected by IFRS; and more. October 1, 2008

  • Next Generation

    Readers write to say that job satisfaction is about more than salary; that online efforts to protect intellectual property are as important as offline efforts; and more. September 3, 2008

  • Run with It

    Readers write to say that there is an opportunity cost of not switching to IFRS; that management should emulate investors by judging markets' ability to deliver cash profitability in the long term; that Ben Franklin was indeed a fitness buff; and more. September 1, 2008

  • Countering the Counter-Attack

    Readers write to say that blaming counterfeiting on outsourcing is a flawed argument; that not all auditor advice should be off-limits; that financial-reporting mistakes are usually caused by incompetent staff; and more. July 15, 2008

  • Going Green

    Readers write to say small steps in energy efficiency will deliver big returns later; it's not just IT that eats up energy in data centres; the supply chain is vulnerable to IP fraud; and EPS is a weak performance metric when setting executive pay. July 7, 2008

  • Sure Thing

    Readers write to say more insurance M&A is on the cards; executives should face facts on data security breaches; and employee behaviour can be a clue to internal fraud. June 2, 2008

  • Be Prepared

    Readers write to say that most executives lack the courage to admit that most data breaches are the fault of insiders; that Standard & Poor's new enterprise risk management rating effort should have been launched long ago; and more. June 1, 2008

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