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  • Three Companies Probed On Bribe Charges

    Bristol-Myers, Lucent Technologies, and DaimlerChrysler are being investigated for possible violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. November 11, 2004

  • Too Much Cash: The 2004 Cash Management Survey

    Companies are awash in cash. When will they finally start spending it? August 5, 2004

  • Forecasting Cash Flow Proves Elusive

    Fundamentally a simple concept, forecasting cash flow nonetheless proves elusive in practice. July 28, 2004

  • The O-Ring in Your Supply Chain

    Whether political perils arise far afield or close to home, the consequences for your supply chain can be catastrophic. Here's how finance executives can manage the risk. March 11, 2004

  • Treasurer's Plea

    A Nokia treasurer urges his colleagues to work with each other and their financial institutions to usher in cost-reducing standards. And from this corner, a defense of the banks. November 1, 2003

  • Asset-Based Loans Getting More Respect

    Tighter credit and bigger deals are making asset-based loans more respectable. November 1, 2003

  • Sony's Global Treasury Service Center

    Sony's global treasury service center has suddenly taken on a new, intensified brief as its parent struggles to regain its global footing. August 1, 2003

  • Money Laundering

    Somebody's watching you. December 1, 2002

  • Launch of Electronic Trade Finance

    The launch of electronic trade finance services could make oceans of paperwork disappear. November 1, 2002

  • No Quick Fix

    For treasury technology to work, users have to create a bandwagon. So far, it's more like a go-cart. October 1, 2002

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