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  • Spreadsheets: Spot the Math Error at a Glance

    It's not always easy to spot mathematical errors embedded in Excel formulas, so here's a handy–and quick–trick to shed light on the situation. August 10, 2011

  • Sending Out the Bill(ing)

    Puma outsourced its billing processes and brought in some savings. August 9, 2011

  • The Schizophrenic CFO-CIO Relationship

    A productive CIO-CFO relationship is critical to the successful exploitation of technology. And, in general, CIOs find the relationship difficult and frustrating to navigate. August 1, 2011

  • XBRL: What's It Good For?

    As public companies strive to make their financial statements XBRL-compliant, questions about the value of doing so remain. July 28, 2011

  • Spreadsheets: Filtering a Pivot Table with a Formula

    There is really no "good" way to change the filter with a formula. However, there is a quick fix to remedy the situation. July 20, 2011

  • Who's There?

    Authenticating identity is a critical issue in both the physical and digital worlds. July 20, 2011

  • Spies Like You?

    Should companies monitor employees' use of social-media sites? July 15, 2011

  • Think (Again)

    As IBM marks its centennial, its finance team plays a critical role in driving continuous transformation. CFO Mark Loughridge explains how, and why. July 15, 2011

  • Spreadsheets: Cross Referencing Between Worksheets

    Here's how to use Excel's arcane "Index" function when referencing a row number for data located in one spreadsheet that is based on a reference number in another spreadsheet. July 14, 2011

  • Spreadsheets: Suppressing Cells in a Pivot Table

    The trick in this week's article is using a Microsoft loophole for cells that add up to zero. July 7, 2011

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