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  • Playtime is Over

    If the SEC has its way, it will be harder to hide earnings management by calling the impact immaterial. October 1, 1999

  • The XML Connection

    A new language for the Web will transform electronic commerce and information management. October 1, 1999

  • ROBERT E. SWITZ - ADC TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC.

    Category: MANAGING EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS After an earnings disappointment, ADC Telecommunications makes a Wall Street connection. October 1, 1999

  • Trying to Close the GAAP

    Real estate investment trusts (REITs) are one of the few publicly traded sectors that use an alternative form of performance measurement. October 1, 1999

  • CHRIS A. DAVIS - GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE CORP.

    Category: REVENUE GROWTH How Gulfstream Aerospace's financial pilot helped its top line take off. October 1, 1999

  • FRANK J. BORELLI - MARSH & McLENNAN

    Category: MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS In two big mergers to grow Marsh & McLennan, Borelli focused on the people side of the M&A process while cutting costs. October 1, 1999

  • ANDREW S. FASTOW - ENRON CORP.

    Category: CAPITAL STRUCTURE MANAGEMENT How Enron financed its amazing transformation from pipelines to piping hot. October 1, 1999

  • Deal Makes SEC Fret

    Blame the Internet for a new chapter in the tense story of free enterprise versus auditor independence. October 1, 1999

  • ENTER THE ELECTRONIC EMPLOYEE

    Replacing workers with Web-based applications boosts margins, but beware of unexpected complications, including hidden labor costs. October 1, 1999

  • LARRY R. CARTER - CISCO SYSTEMS

    Category: DEVELOPING AN EFFICIENT FINANCE ORGANIZATION The force behind the drive to improve productivity and reduce cycle times at Cisco Systems. October 1, 1999

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