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  • Between the Lines

    The hard truth about open-book management. Why companies that use the technique say it leads to better profits and a more stable workforce and why the other 99 percent remain skeptical. March 1, 1999

  • Regaining Momentum

    How PeopleSoft's ex-CFO, Ronald Codd, plans to help his former company. March 1, 1999

  • A Civil Reaction

    W.R. Grace & Co.'s Ellberger's not moving; more. March 1, 1999

  • Reel-World Accounting

    Making the CFO a player in Hollywood. March 1, 1999

  • Pipe Dreams

    Cheap, plentiful bandwidth portends a brave new world of corporate networking. March 1, 1999

  • All Talk TV?

    Perpetually on the verge of mulling an acquisition, King World insists it's a serious player. March 1, 1999

  • Take Part of Me

    How companies are unlocking value by carving out pieces of their business. March 1, 1999

  • Bank Shot

    Chase Manhattan promotes Dina Dublon; more. February 1, 1999

  • Uncovering the Spread

    Will greater disclosure in the corporate bond market lower the cost of debt? Issuers may soon find out. February 1, 1999

  • Automating In-House Counsel

    Corporate law departments are finally getting connected, for sizable savings. February 1, 1999

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