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  • The Newest Associate

    Jeff Clarke has weathered corporate turmoil before, but at CA he faces his biggest challenge yet. August 4, 2004

  • Picking Up the Pieces

    A company's reputation may be intangible, but when it's damaged, the losses are real. Can insurance bridge the gap? August 1, 2004

  • Transparency: Everyone's Responsibility

    From the University of Virginia: Both finance and non-finance executives learn that ''the better the financial reporting, the better the valuation.'' July 30, 2004

  • Director's Cut

    Board members are turning to specialized software to help manage their affairs. July 13, 2004

  • Fixing Long-term Incentive Compensation

    Big changes are under way in long-term incentive compensation, a new survey finds. But they may not be big enough. July 9, 2004

  • Fewer Defenses, More Hostile Takeovers?

    With takeover defenses being increasingly dismantled, will a rise in hostile acquisitions be the result? June 3, 2004

  • A New Era in Corporate Governance

    Directors and investors are demanding reform. Companies had better prepare for it. April 15, 2004

  • The Dwindling Advantages of Being Public

    This is a question more and more companies have been asking. Many of the traditional advantages of being public are no longer valid, and the mounting costs all the more obvious. April 14, 2004

  • Developing a Circle of Trusted Advisors

    Here's how to develop your own circle of trusted advisors while avoiding conflicts of interest. April 2, 2004

  • Judgment Calls

    Recent shareholder suits may be opening cracks in the protection afforded by the business-judgment rule. February 19, 2004

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