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Road Show Revival?
The advent of the online road show, and its promise of broader disclosure to the investing public, has the Securities and Exchange Commission scrambling to set up clearer parameters in the gray area of road-show communications. February 1, 2000
Holier Than Thou?
Which of the following countries is perceived to condone bribe-paying by its companies doing business internationally: Sweden, Austria, the United States, or China? February 1, 2000
HOW THE WEB WAS WON
CFO looks at 50 corporate Web sites to assess how well they keep investors informed. February 1, 2000
Mattel no longer playing around
Family Matters February 1, 2000
EMPLOYERS PILE ON THE PERKS
Looking to lure top talent, companies are offering everything from hand-held computers to health care for pets. February 1, 2000
Better Returns via the Web
Here comes an online tool designed to optimize cash management decisions. February 1, 2000
Loss-leader or Client-feeder?
The margins in auditing are not marginal. February 1, 2000
A P&L FOR R&D
Can you apply discipline to R&D without killing it? That's the challenge. February 1, 2000
THE SECOND ANNUAL KNOWLEDGE CAPITAL SCOREBOARD: A KNOWING GLANCE
As intangible assets skyrocket at many companies, measuring them takes on a new urgency. February 1, 2000
A Social Report for a Public Audience
While many CFOs dread the Financial Accounting Standards Board's upcoming recommendations for new business reporting--due out in September--Dow Chemical has already released a slate of new data. February 1, 2000