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  • How Green Was My Tally

    Companies battle it out to prove that they have more solar panels than their competitors. July 27, 2007

  • A Toxic Mess

    Companies discover a benefit to cleaning up environmental damages before the government tells them to. July 27, 2007

  • Why McDonald's CFO Is Heading for Academia

    Matthew Paull wants to teach the gospel of avoiding greed. July 25, 2007

  • Do Companies Do Good Well?

    Think your company is a good corporate citizen? Your customers may not agree. July 24, 2007

  • Ten Things We Hate about Fraud

    Fudging revenue is the most popular form of financial-statement crime. And though it seems to be in decline, a Deloitte Forensic Center study finds fraud to be tenacious across a variety of industries. July 20, 2007

  • A Whodunnit in the Hamptons

    The butler reaches a settlement in an insider-trading lawsuit. July 10, 2007

  • Five Years Out of Work

    Five years after being the first to file for whistle-blower protection under Sarbanes-Oxley, former CFO David Welch has lost the family farm and his savings, and still doesn't have a job. May 18, 2007

  • Apple CFO Warned Jobs on Option Dates

    Statement by former finance chief Fred Anderson raises questions about the company's claim that its CEO did not ''appreciate the accounting implications'' of options backdating. April 25, 2007

  • Cleaning Up Carbon

    Pressure to curb carbon emissions is mounting. How companies respond will affect much more than their bottom lines. April 1, 2007

  • View from China: Shanghai Confidential

    Investigations of multinationals suggest it's time to take a close look at internal controls in the People's Republic. April 1, 2007

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