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  • Divided Loyalties

    Companies are starting to look twice at their real estate brokers' business relationships. December 29, 2005

  • Environmentally Bankrupt?

    Companies that file for bankruptcy protection should be held to account for their cleanup responsibilities, say critics. September 8, 2005

  • Putting Property First

    As money continues to pour into corporate real estate, more dealmakers are finding ways to cash in. May 1, 2005

  • Make Room for Lease Accounting Software

    Lease managers ''would like to think that Excel will do the job,'' says one executive, but new software is helping companies rid themselves of many cumbersome manual tasks. April 18, 2005

  • Looking to Land

    Increasingly, finance executives are taking the pilot's seat in site selection. January 1, 2005

  • Capital Ideas: The Leaseback Effect

    Accounting treatments of sale-leaseback deals can distort free cash flow, a new report reveals. December 16, 2004

  • Airing Out ''Mothballed'' Facilities

    A proposed accounting standard might have companies looking twice at factories and other buildings that have been temporarily shuttered. October 25, 2004

  • Leasebacks Are Back

    Market conditions are producing sale-leasebacks with surprisingly favorable terms. October 20, 2004

  • Greener Buildings, 'Greener' Bottom Line

    Toyota, the National Geographic Society, and many other organizations are discovering that environmentally responsible facilities can also deliver financial benefits. August 11, 2004

  • Your Place or Mine?

    Telecommuting can produce real savings, but employees are now reluctant to cut the cord. Should companies do it for them? March 31, 2004

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