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  • Wave of Consumer Spending Expected to Ebb

    Growth in consumer buying will be undercut by stagnant incomes and still-weak household balance sheets, say economists and some members of the Federal Open Market Committee. May 17, 2012

  • JP Morgan Hedge Exposed the Bank to More Risk

    The banking giant's experience with a $2 billion trading miscue provides a lesson in how not to protect against potential losses. May 16, 2012

  • JOBS Act OKs Crowdfunding

    The law blesses a new financing option for start-ups, but adds disclosure requirements. May 15, 2012

  • Growing Together

    Ocean Spray's finance chief explains why his company's cooperative business model is so, well, fruitful. An interview with Richard Lees, CFO of Ocean Spray Cranberries. May 15, 2012

  • Same Bump, Different Year

    Venture-backed IPOs increased in Q1, suggesting a promising year ahead. Then again, a disappointing 2011 began the same way. May 15, 2012

  • Reining In Buyout Loans

    Federal regulators aim for more stress-testing of loan portfolios and better-defined standards on a borrower's ability to repay. May 15, 2012

  • Pension Pain

    Underfunded multiemployer plans could create multiple problems. May 15, 2012

  • The High Price of Cheap Debt

    How can a CFO make the best decisions about debt for the business? May 15, 2012

  • Welcome to the IP Bubble

    As tech companies buy and sell patents for escalating sums of money, it's beginning to look a lot like a bubble. What should CFOs do to value their companies' intellectual property accurately and diligently? May 15, 2012

  • Fighting "Too Big to Fail" Hurts Credit

    Banking regulation that inhibits financial-market liquidity could end companies' "just-in-time" access to capital markets, a treasury expert tells the Senate. May 10, 2012

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