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  • Risky Business

    Chinese and Japanese companies are the least prepared to fend off a financial crisis, says a new study from IBM. November 29, 2007

  • Stuck in a Rut

    Despite years of investing in IT, outsourcing, and process improvements, finance departments still spend too much time on routine tasks. November 1, 2007

  • SEC on Pay Disclosure: Less Conversation, More Analysis

    After reviewing the executive compensation disclosures of 350 companies, the commission says it still doesn't understand how businesses figure out their pay packages. October 9, 2007

  • Putting a Cap on Capex

    Even companies that spend big are working harder to make sure they spend smarter. January 4, 2007

  • Managing Your Organization by the Evidence

    An organization is much more likely to improve its current performance and underlying health by using a combination of practices rather than any one of them alone, new McKinsey research finds. September 21, 2006

  • Hard Choices

    How finance executives are confronting rising benefit costs, the aging workforce, recruiting, and other human-capital concerns. February 23, 2006

  • Flabby or Fit?

    A new survey of CFO readers measures finance departments. February 10, 2006

  • A Case for Fatter Supply Chains

    Adding a bit more inventory and time into lean supply chains could bolster shareholder value and profitability during hard times. February 9, 2006

  • IT Directions '06

    As a new year begins, Sarbox and governance converge — and new technology takes a holiday. January 17, 2006

  • Sitting Tight: The 2005 Capital Spending Scorecard

    Our second annual capital spending scorecard shows that many, if not most, companies have reason to be wary about new spending. December 29, 2005

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