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  • Hale and Hardy

    Veteran education CFO named exec. director at troubled charity. Plus: Little League and swanky new house help Andrew Fastow through Enron maelstrom. Also: UBid snags former Forbes.com CFO. May 21, 2002

  • Houston, We Have a Problem, Too

    Reliant's financial statements not so reliable; company admits some trades were bogus. Plus: Andersen's Duncan on the stand, burger-backed securities, and Moody's down on Sears's bid for Lands' End. May 14, 2002

  • Go West?

    San Diego best for business; last year's top spot, San Jose, drops to 61. Elsewhere: Should Congress cap auditors' liability, who took the heat in Andersen's trial, and can Xerox refinance? May 10, 2002

  • Near the Corner of Church and State

    Looking to end conflicts of interest, the SEC issues new rules for analysts, bankers. Elsewhere: Rendering Andersen, Pitt stands by statement, and Skilling's resignation tipped off investigators. May 9, 2002

  • The Needs of the Many

    Business and finance apps top the list; finding IT workers not a big problem. Also: AA's past is present at trial, senators chide Enron directors, and VC funding hits six-year low. May 8, 2002

  • Setting Standards for the Standards-Setter?

    Congress looking to take more control over FASB; SEC reportedly not pleased. Plus: Enron/Andersen deal with shareholders unravels, and how high will health-care premiums rise? May 2, 2002

  • Reining In SPEs

    New rules for special-purpose entities may result in bigger corporate balance sheets. May 1, 2002

  • Incredible Shrinking Assets

    Accounting woes bedevil Enron; company may take $24 billion in write-downs. Also: Telecom CFOs do okay—companies don't. Plus: Lucent's swell stock option swap. April 23, 2002

  • Companies Not Prepared for Interruptions, Say CFOs

    In case of emergency -- who knows? Also: McMahon steps down at Enron, and SEC staffs up its corporation finance division. April 22, 2002

  • Going Belly-Up Going Down

    But it will still be a rough year for carmakers and chemical companies. Elsewhere: Xerox probe said to be widening, Duncan pleads guilty, and look who's bidding for AA's tax practice now. April 10, 2002

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