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  • Enron Scandal, the Sequel

    Ex-CFO, former finance staffer at company's broadband unit charged with fraud; alleged scheme known as "project Braveheart." Elsewhere: Signal's chief accountant quits, so does Adelphia's CFO. Plus: shareholders still suing. March 13, 2003

  • Two Weeks in January

    The SEC put much of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act into effect by passing a slew of new rules. Here's what was proposed and what was disposed. March 1, 2003

  • Separate but Liable

    Companies have walled off valuable assets in subsidiaries for decades. Are those walls starting to crack? March 1, 2003

  • Anxiety's Price

    New regulations call into question the value of off-balance-sheet financing -- if only because of their impact on bankers' fees. March 1, 2003

  • CFOs: We Plan to Hire More in Q2

    Almost 1 in 10 plan to expand finance staffs; business-services sector will see the biggest pickup. Also: Government report shows Enron's top 200 executives received whopping pay packages in 2000. Plus: Corporate profits up last quarter. February 14, 2003

  • Are These What You Call Worst Practices?

    Survey finds monthly close still a five-day deal for most; lots of data correction going on, too. Elsewhere: Barrick promotes former CFO to CEO, Vail Resorts being probed, and report says Enron creditors could get back as much as $5 billion. February 13, 2003

  • Enron Creditors Sue Lay; Enron Sues Customers

    Lenders want $70 million from former Enron CEO and his wife; meanwhile, Enron wants customers to pay up. Plus: More charges for Tyco's ex-counsel. And: Survey shows it pays to be square with employees. February 4, 2003

  • New SEC Rules Right On Time

    The SEC pushed through new rules to meet the Sarbanes-Oxley deadline; FASB added some guidance of its own. For the rulemakers, it's a case of ''give a little, get a little.'' January 23, 2003

  • Trend: CFO to CEO

    Increasingly companies are hiring CFOs as chief executives; Kmart the latest. Plus: Two former Enron directors testify about Lay, Andersen sued (again), and GE to borrow $60 billion. January 21, 2003

  • Morgan, Insurers Settle on Enron Surety Bonds

    With jury verdict looming, insurers and bank agree on 60 percent payout for Enron surety bonds; who blinked? January 3, 2003

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