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  • Mutual Suspicion

    Cash-strapped suppliers and their credit-crunched clients are increasingly looking to renegotiate terms. March 2, 2009

  • Credit Insurer CEO: We're not Scapegoats

    Look elsewhere for the roots of deteriorating buyer-supplier relations, urges executive. February 20, 2009

  • The Collapse of Manufacturing

    The financial crisis has created an industrial crisis. What should governments do about it? February 20, 2009

  • A Quick Fix

    Companies are seeking outsiders' help to squeeze more out of their equipment. February 12, 2009

  • Halliburton, ITT Settle Bribery Charges

    The SEC wraps up a decade-long bribery investigation against Halliburton and subsidiaries. ITT, which self-reported its wrongdoing in a separate case, got off lighter. February 11, 2009

  • Too Many Moving Parts

    Politicians are desperate to support domestic car industries—but these days there’s no such thing. February 11, 2009

  • Who Put the Brakes on Capex Spending?

    The number of capital-intensive companies that halted capex spending reached 42 in 2007. February 3, 2009

  • Buying American

    Economic nationalism rears its ugly head. February 2, 2009

  • Run for Cover

    Credit insurance, or the lack thereof, is suddenly a hot topic in boardrooms. February 2, 2009

  • Have They Got a Deal for You

    It's a buyer's market in IT. But landing a good deal requires knowing where vendors are flexible — and what the risks are. February 1, 2009

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