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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