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  • China's Challenges

    Readers write to say China will force Europe to raise its game; companies must get better at managing their intangible assets; and offshoring veterans can ease newcomers' concerns. May 5, 2008

  • Standards and Lack Thereof

    Readers write to say that "convergence" is a misnomer; consumer-driven health plans are a cost shift, not a cost control; the Web 2.0 world can expect to be downsized; small companies don't understand cash-flow statements; and more. May 1, 2008

  • Swiss Miss

    Readers write to criticise Swiss auditing law; encourage more awareness of "employee engagement"; and remind thwarted job seekers that all is not lost. April 7, 2008

  • The Kids Are Alright

    Readers write to say the only problem with the new generation is management's perception of it. Also: The market can cure health-care's ailments; FASB's foolishness; the angry legacy of outsourcing; and more. April 1, 2008

  • Welcome Interest

    Readers write to confirm the importance of employee engagement to the bottom line; read the tea leaves for M&A in 2008; and debate management philosophy. March 3, 2008

  • NIH Syndrome

    Readers write to say that FASB is off target with its new financial-statement format, RECs and carbon offsets aren't really the same, and companies often do not consider the full impact of real estate deals. March 1, 2008

  • Flawed Scores

    Readers write to say that our analysis of cash generation should look beyond operating cash flow; consumers, not regulators, will make firms introduce better quality control in supply chains; and enterprise risk is not a technical project. February 4, 2008

  • Together We Can

    Readers write to say that we can reduce our carbon footprint, that accounting doesn't need to be as complicated as quantum mechanics, and that you can fight the SEC — if you're willing to take the risk. February 1, 2008

  • Talking the Talk, But Not Walking the Walk

    Readers write to say we should take a closer look at FASB before it fades away, that tax breaks for airlines are rarely passed on to passengers, and that telecommuting may be the secret to helping companies keep women in the workforce. January 1, 2008

  • A Return to Reason

    A reader shares new research about corporate distressed restructurings and insolvencies, while another calls on CFOs to cast their vote on hedge accounting. December 10, 2007

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