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  • XBRL Traffic Picks Up Speed

    The number of visitors to the SEC's new site for viewing XBRL-tagged financial data is growing. And some of those visitors are coming from surprisingly far away. April 13, 2007

  • A Sense of Validation

    Rented software can help lighten regulatory burdens. April 1, 2007

  • Oracle vs. SAP: The Gloves Come Off

    Oracle's suit against SAP for allegedly hacking into its customer-support database is a sign that the industry's nasty infighting is getting even nastier. March 23, 2007

  • No Extra Audit for XBRL, Says Cox

    Most companies that took part in Monday's SEC roundtable on interactive data have had positive experiences of their own. March 19, 2007

  • A Better Look at Your Spreadsheets

    Vista promises better and faster financial graphics, provided your PC can satisfy its prodigious appetite for processing power and memory. March 16, 2007

  • Six Degrees of Irritation

    Business types are finding all sorts of uses for social networks, but some say they are the ones who are being used. March 1, 2007

  • Web Deux Point Zéro

    Has Tariq Krim created a French internet blockbuster? February 5, 2007

  • Travel Expenses, Down to Earth

    Some thoughts on keeping your global spend from flying off in all directions. January 29, 2007

  • Peaks, Valleys, and Vistas

    The launch of a new version of Microsoft Windows, called Vista, is not quite the event it used to be. Has the software giant reached the pinnacle of its power? January 22, 2007

  • The Last Mile

    Why is it still so hard to engage line managers in budgeting? January 4, 2007

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