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  • The Super Bowl ''Spread" for Companies

    After losses in worker productivity are balanced by gains from Super Bowl-related spending, U.S. businesses don't make out so badly. February 3, 2006

  • The Cost of Mobile Working

    ''Out of the office'' contributions by employees are increasingly important to many companies' competitive strategies. The question for the finance department: How much are we really spending to make it possible? January 10, 2006

  • Employment Figures Tell a Tale of Growth

    In 2002 and 2003, corporate chieftains were afraid to hire. "Now they're out of the cave," says Lehman Brothers' chief economist, "but not exactly jumping up and down." January 6, 2006

  • How to Cope with Too Much Growth

    Besides joy, an overflow of new orders can bring labor problems, unwanted customers, and administrative glitches to a small business. December 13, 2005

  • Finance Is from Mars, HR Is from Venus

    Can finance and human resources ever see eye to eye? They'd better. November 18, 2005

  • Striking a Balance

    Can finance departments be cost-effective and smart at the same time? November 4, 2005

  • Market Magic

    Internal markets can solve thorny allocation problems and predict the future. November 1, 2005

  • Motivating the Middle

    How to reward the best without alienating the rest. October 13, 2005

  • Banking Time

    Paid-time-off banks make managing absences easier. October 13, 2005

  • The Human-Capital Factor

    The many varieties of HCM software allow companies to manage the employee life cycle. September 27, 2005

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