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  • A Delicate Balance

    One of the toughest jobs for CFOs is building a quality benefits package that won't collapse under its own weight. February 22, 2005

  • Extras! Extras!

    Voluntary benefits bring goodwill with a small price tag, but watch out for liabilities. February 22, 2005

  • Belt-tightening

    Can coaxing employees to live healthy lives help keep the bottom line in shape? February 22, 2005

  • Attention Shoppers

    Consumer-driven health plans are catching on quickly, but are they the answer to runaway medical costs? February 22, 2005

  • Adventures in Babysitting

    Backup day care can cut absenteeism, decrease turnover, and save employees from the stress of lining up a last-minute caregiver. February 22, 2005

  • Capital Ideas: Cashing in on Currency

    Skittish about using currency for anything but hedging, corporate finance executives are getting an earful from investment managers about the case for global cash markets as a new source of investment returns. February 17, 2005

  • Risks and Benefits: Altruism Meets Self-Interest

    By helping provide inexpensive medical insurance for the uninsured, 58 big companies could also secure a competitive edge in hiring desirable workers. February 10, 2005

  • Risks and Benefits: Health on Account

    Health-savings accounts, yoked to high-deductible insurance policies, are being touted as the next big thing in cost containment. But employees might think twice before taking on so much financial risk when it comes to their health care. January 27, 2005

  • The Cost of Loyalty

    Even now, employees still invest their 401(k)s in company shares. And they still sue if the stock goes south. December 13, 2004

  • Investment Insight

    Is Corporate America adequately managing employee pension funds? August 1, 2004

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