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  • Dividing the Spoils

    Easy credit conditions may mean companies can spend less time tending to their banking relationships. But they do so at their own risk. March 1, 2007

  • Moving Pieces

    Global companies have plenty of latitude to minimise their tax bills. February 27, 2007

  • What It Takes to Succeed

    For offshore financial centres, not only low taxes but a great deal besides. February 23, 2007

  • Places in the Sun

    Offshore financial centres are booming, thanks to their easy-going tax regimes. But the best of them are more than tax havens: they are good for the global financial system. February 23, 2007

  • New Currents in Currency

    It's relatively simple to hedge foreign-currency risk — if you can figure out your exposure. December 1, 2006

  • Repo Men

    Strange goings-on in the giant market for American government debt. November 15, 2006

  • Deep Pockets, Getting Deeper

    U.S. companies continue to stockpile cash, and have no plans to change. September 27, 2006

  • Setting a Gold Standard

    "When I discovered how easy it was to hold money in gold, I said, 'Why not?'" August 10, 2006

  • Political Paycheck Deductions Get Easier

    The Federal Election Commission lightens recordkeeping rules for corporate political action committees that automatically deduct contributions from employee paychecks. July 28, 2006

  • Sitting Tight: The 2005 Capital Spending Scorecard

    Our second annual capital spending scorecard shows that many, if not most, companies have reason to be wary about new spending. December 29, 2005

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