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  • Waste Management Hauls SAP to Court

    Most companies say that at least some of their large-scale software deployments are outright failures. June 1, 2008

  • Counter Attack

    As phony goods flood the market, companies fight to protect their brands. June 1, 2008

  • A CFO Wannabe's Litany of Lies

    A bid for a new job allegedly involved forged SEC correspondence and fake statements by a previous employer — which he claimed was his current employer. May 30, 2008

  • High Court: Taxing Out-of-State Muni Bonds Is OK

    The Supreme Court overturns a lower court decision by ruling that it is constitutional for states to give a tax break on muni bonds issued within their borders. May 23, 2008

  • Tax Court: No Theft at WorldCom

    The IRS wins a victory over a former Worldcom employee who tried to claim a tax deduction for losses sustained when the scandal-ridden company collapsed. May 12, 2008

  • On the Hill, Trying to Put Plaintiffs' Bar on the Defensive

    With Lerach now preparing for jail, a pair of Republican congressmen push to investigate the practices of class action lawyers. May 5, 2008

  • Interpublic Settles SEC Fraud Charges

    Improper intercompany transactions are alleged involving its giant McCann-Erickson ad unit and two former execs, including an ex-CFO. May 1, 2008

  • Courting Disaster

    Confusion over 401(k) plan fees is triggering lawsuits and congressional inquiries. What can plan sponsors do to head off trouble? May 1, 2008

  • Patents under Pressure

    The battle over business-method patents heads to court in what may be a landmark decision. May 1, 2008

  • Lawmakers: Workers Use HSAs as Tax Shelters

    After four years, the concept of health saving accounts is still floundering. In fact, workers are using the plans for the wrong reasons, says a new government report. April 30, 2008

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