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  • Experts Predict Wave of Bankruptcies

    "The American consumer is arguably the weakest link in the credit chain," a financial advisor says. November 9, 2006

  • Burn Prevention for Creditors

    Changes to the bankruptcy law make it easier to fend off attempts by insolvent customers (or their creditors) to claw back payments they made before they went belly up. October 31, 2006

  • The Plane Truth

    As they flew US Airways through bankruptcy, managers of the old America West reduced the fleet and sparked an industry trend. October 1, 2006

  • Bankruptcy Pay: Will 'Stay' Bonuses Go?

    A provision in the new bankruptcy law amendments has companies scurrying to transform executive retention packages into performance-based incentive pay. September 13, 2006

  • Robert Schiffner, CFO of Campbell's Soup

    A profile of Robert Schiffner, CFO of Campbell's Soup. Plus: The booming market for fraud memorabilia. August 1, 2006

  • A Casual Turnaround

    The chief financial officer and chief operating officer of Casual Male Retail Group talks about how two down-at-heels retailers combined to produce growth. June 20, 2006

  • Bankruptcy Has Its Advantages

    A new poll says Chapter 11 gives companies an advantage over solvent competitors. May 1, 2006

  • Pensions and the Pecking Order

    A probe of Northwest Airlines brings bankrupt companies' retirement-funding duties into sharper focus. April 20, 2006

  • Q&A: Pensions on the Brink

    Bradley Belt, the nation's departing pension insurance chief, holds forth on the need for transparency, the elimination of smoothing, and the flaws in Congress's reform legislation. April 4, 2006

  • Race to Reform

    CFO Bob Davis and his cohorts have nine months left to clean up Computer Associates. January 3, 2006

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