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  • Watchdogs or Lapdogs?

    Audit committees may not be as bad as the SEC thinks--or as good as they should be. May 1, 1999

  • Heavy Lifting Required

    Why corporate redesign efforts are an exercise in logistics, diplomacy, and patience. May 1, 1999

  • Rational Exuberance?

    Gentler treatment by credit-rating agencies suggests that M&A activity has grown saner. May 1, 1999

  • Little Fish, Big Pond

    The lure of public markets can prove treacherous to overly eager companies. May 1, 1999

  • Why Veterans Love VERA

    Fiscal discipline at the VHA has an important by-product: improved medical care for veterans. April 1, 1999

  • Fearless in Seattle

    Can an outspoken female CFO with no aerospace background put Boeing back on course? April 1, 1999

  • Shell Games

    Reverse mergers are making a comeback, but so are the scam artists that peddle them. April 1, 1999

  • Kit and Caboodle

    Understanding the skepticism about enterprise risk management. April 1, 1999

  • Guilty As Charged

    The former CFO and CEO of California Micro Devices are going to jail. Others who commit accounting fraud may follow. April 1, 1999

  • Draining the Pool

    An end to pooling-of-interest accounting and less time to write off goodwill could slow down mergers-and-acquisitions activity. March 1, 1999

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