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  • In Pursuit of Cybersquatters

    What's in a name? A lot, for cybersquatters. November 1, 1999

  • E-Payroll Anyone?

    Outsourcing payroll processing has been common for decades. Now, it's moving to the Internet. November 1, 1999

  • Keep Your Balance

    Cash balance plans have become the latest cause célèbre of unions and Democratic legislators in Washington, D.C. November 1, 1999

  • Prematurely Raking It In

    The SEC is expected to release pointed guidance on revenue recognition. November 1, 1999

  • Taking Stock of Those E-CFOs

    Internet CFOs make less than CTOs, but stock options make up. November 1, 1999

  • Vaulting to Defaults

    Despite the hot economy, defaults are increasing to a surprising level. November 1, 1999

  • ON THE RIGHT TRACK?

    More companies with "new economy" businesses review whether creating tracking-stocks makes sense for them. November 1, 1999

  • VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY REQUIRED

    Extranets are transforming the ways that companies work. November 1, 1999

  • WHAT'S NEUER?

    A two-year-old stock exchange in Frankfurt could give U.S. high-tech companies an inroad to European public markets. November 1, 1999

  • VOID WHERE PROHIBITED

    Iridium's woes are a stark reminder that everything is up for grabs in bankruptcy court. November 1, 1999

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