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  • A License to Hold Excess Cash

    Keeping idle cash on the balance sheet is viewed more positively than before, thanks to the financial crisis. February 17, 2010

  • Lenders Are Holding Firm, Says Fed

    Banks maintained tough underwriting policies on commercial and industrial loans in the fourth quarter, while tightening terms on credit lines. February 1, 2010

  • Are Your Payment Systems Secure?

    The rise in fraud related to Automated Clearing House payments puts businesses and their banks at risk. January 25, 2010

  • Banks Jack Up Treasury Fees

    List prices for corporate account and transaction services rose 3.6% on average in 2009, despite the plunge in inflation in 2008. December 7, 2009

  • Partners in Forex

    A new technology collaboration can help companies fine-tune their foreign-exchange hedges. December 2, 2009

  • The New Cash Managers

    With their companies stung by the credit crunch, finance chiefs are buying software to seize control of their cash and gain leverage with their lenders. November 23, 2009

  • Buyer's Remorse

    Treasury departments are still paying a price for auction-rate securities. July 15, 2009

  • Protect Money Funds, Hurt Commercial Paper?

    SEC proposals to safeguard money-market mutual funds could hamper investment in short-term corporate debt, treasurers say. July 7, 2009

  • Twice the Effort for a Revolver: A Good Deal

    It took some doing, but Ducommun is among the few companies able to recently acquire a five-year line of credit with decent terms. July 2, 2009

  • Treasurers Cling to Safety

    When it comes to short-term investments during the downturn, treasury departments see protecting their principal, rather than making money, as a top priority. July 1, 2009

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