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  • In Defense of ''Activism''

    Instead of operating within the law, business leaders are conspiring to put activist officials out of office, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: The drag of Sarbox; trade-education programs for immigrants; hands-on finance training; and more. June 1, 2006

  • Stop Whining!

    Sarbanes-Oxley wasn't supposed to make CFOs' jobs "more satisfying," writes a reader. More letters to the editor: the immigration debate rages on; improving COSO; why the Big Four aren't necessarily better; worksite wellness. May 8, 2006

  • Not So Easily Replaced

    The notion that long-term government employees are a liability is a simplistic one, according to one reader. April 1, 2006

  • Through Shareholders' Eyes

    Upper-level executives can be too wrapped up in their own world, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: the NRA on guns at the workplace; divided loyalties of real-estate reps. March 15, 2006

  • Sharing Responsibility

    All employees should be able to understand a financial statement, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: Who's the fiduciary?; buybacks and safe harbors; CFOs don't know what to ask about IT. February 1, 2006

  • A View of the View

    U.S. business responded better to Hurricane Katrina than the U.S. government, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: adding value through procurement and supply management; limitations to M&A deal-making guidelines. January 1, 2006

  • The Negative Impact of Sarbox

    Companies need to alleviate the burden of daily compliance, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: understanding your bankers; empowering your workforce; looking into leasing risk. December 1, 2005

  • Letters to the Editor

    A ''finance expert'' may still be baffled by industry-specific arcana, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: an integrated process delivers M&A success; the value of working-capital management; leaders vs. leadership; and more. November 1, 2005

  • A New Definition of "Assets"?

    It's sadly humorous when SEC staffers complain about bright-line standards, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: interlocks between compensation committees and political candidates; simplistic thinking on ''independent directors''; and more. October 1, 2005

  • Microsoft vs. Spyware

    Microsoft, in one sense, is a threat to companies' economic viability, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: data privacy and hiring; are inefficient audits inevitable?; and more. September 15, 2005

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