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  • Frankly Speaking

    An open letter to Congressman Barney Frank: Executive compensation should be high on your list of priorities as chairman of the House Financial Services Committee. December 1, 2006

  • Career Fare

    Who would have guessed that accounting majors would come to be recruited with an intensity formerly reserved only for basketball stars? November 1, 2006

  • Social Studies

    Should businesses concentrate solely on profits, or should they enhance their own interests by addressing the interests of a larger group of stakeholders? October 1, 2006

  • Enron, RIP?

    The louder the calls for a hiatus in new rules or the rolling back of existing ones, the less reason investors may have to place their confidence in companies issuing such demands. September 1, 2006

  • The Old College Try

    The big game for most American universities isn't football, basketball, or hockey. It's spending. August 1, 2006

  • Blowing in the Wind

    If more-frequent and more-intense cycles of oppressive oil pricing become the norm, there will be plenty of incentive to make alternative energy work. July 1, 2006

  • Why XY?

    Through their willingness to choose their personal lives over work, women have made it easier for men to do the same. June 1, 2006

  • Between the Lines

    Cross-border transactions and operations are increasingly routine for even the smallest of companies. May 8, 2006

  • This Time It's War

    With financial expertise in very short supply, public accounting firms are trotting out the sorts of perks once enjoyed by Silicon Valley software wizards. April 1, 2006

  • Going Public

    Perhaps nothing symbolizes the complete emergence of the CFO as a public figure more than the SEC's decision to require disclosure of CFO compensation in proxy statements. March 15, 2006

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