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  • Retiring Thoughts

    "Why do parents impoverish themselves to pay for their kids' education?" writes a reader. More letters to the editor: how printing procurement goes awry; knowledge-management systems don't capture intangibles. September 1, 2005

  • Unhealthy Doughnuts

    Franchisee failures will be what bankrupts Krispy Kreme, suggests a reader. More letters to the editor: there's no reliable way to identify independent directors; absence of executive integrity disables a board's oversight ability. August 1, 2005

  • Remembrance of Doughnuts Past

    Does Kenneth Lay deserve to appear on the cover? asks a reader. Another letter to the editor: more reasons for Krispy Kreme's current situation. July 1, 2005

  • Give Your Name but Not Your Number

    Readers chime in with further thoughts on identity theft; why doesn't the CFO hold the IT department responsible for a better storage strategy? June 22, 2005

  • Stayin' Alive

    Hanging on in a ''dying'' industry may be the best move, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: The odds favor cooperation with the SEC; automatic 401(k) enrollment is not always a good idea; more. June 1, 2005

  • Welcome to the Real World

    Sarbanes-Oxley was a knee-jerk reaction, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: ''illegal and irresponsible'' recommendations by the DoJ; who's to blame for big-city blues?; more. May 1, 2005

  • Working on Relationships

    There's no substitute for the personal approach, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: where are the ''shining examples'' of cities that work?; nontech financing blues; holding the CEO accountable; more. April 1, 2005

  • Finance vs. IT: Who Runs the Numbers?

    In light of Sarbanes-Oxley, CFOs must be comfortable with IT to produce financial reports of high integrity, writes a reader. More letters: ROI isn't for all IT projects; the dynamics of IT's contribution; more. March 15, 2005

  • Daily Financial Malpractice?

    Unlicensed finance ''finders'' should bear the burdens of regulatory compliance and liability, writes a reader. More letters to the editor: the airline industry's real heroes; the best reason that senior executives shouldn't sit on other boards; more. March 1, 2005

  • Go Deeper

    Boards and audit committees should interact with finance executives below the CFO level, too, writes a reader. Another letter to the editor: Employers must take the time to understand the terminology of the tech people they hire. February 1, 2005

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