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Finance in History: Labor Days
The Lowell Mills offer a lesson in the perils of focusing on labor costs at the expense of technology. August 30, 2007
What's Your Fraud Score?
Receive the wrong grade on this test, and your auditor may be scouring your company's financial statements for evidence of earnings management. August 17, 2007
CFOs of Europe's mid-tier flag carriers are leading radical strategy overhauls. July 30, 2007
Do Companies Do Good Well?
Think your company is a good corporate citizen? Your customers may not agree. July 24, 2007
The bigger the buyback, the bigger the payback for companies, according to new research. July 10, 2007
FASB: Let Managers Call It Quits
The board wants to give management more say in assessing whether a company is still a going concern. May 31, 2007
Out of necessity, the top auction houses are acquiring a new financial discipline. May 17, 2007
The Long View
Companies are trying to shift investors' focus from short-term results to long-term goals. May 1, 2007
Management Advice: Vive la Différence!
A bevy of new books sparks a question about problem-solving: What's the best way to look at one thing and see another? April 20, 2007
Making Less with More
America's productivity growth has slowed. Does that matter? April 16, 2007