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  • Covering the Spreadsheet

    Despite a surfeit of technological innovation, the spreadsheet remains near and dear to the hearts of many finance executives. But how dear, and for how long? June 15, 2004

  • From the Editor, June 2004

    Over the past year, offshoring has become more closeted even as it has grown more commonplace. June 1, 2004

  • From the Editor, May 2004

    Fourteen years after passage of the Federal CFO Act, sloppy accounting continues to plague federal agencies and evade congressional attention. May 1, 2004

  • On Trial

    Sometimes, when operations can't deliver an expected result, the CFO is asked to help produce that result like a relief pitcher called in to pull his team out of a jam. All too often, that has involved financial manipulation. April 1, 2004

  • From the Editor, Spring 2004

    If IT management were synonymous with bargain-hunting, life would be easy. But it's not. March 15, 2004

  • From the Editor, March 2004

    Finance executives have turned their attention to the problem of sustaining real growth. March 1, 2004

  • From the Editor, February 2004

    CFOs are spending far more time with audit committees, answering more questions and educating them more fully on business strategies and risks. February 1, 2004

  • From the Editor, January 2004

    States are hurting for money, and corporations may offer the path of least resistance. January 1, 2004

  • From the Editor, December 2003

    Perhaps we should look at greed as the inevitable byproduct of capitalism, or even the fuel that drives it. December 1, 2003

  • From the Editor, Winter 2003

    Twenty technologies and trends most likely to dominate the IT agenda next year, where they stand, and how they may evolve. November 17, 2003

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