A Graham of Prevention
The Bush Administration has changed its tactics for ridding business of regulations deemed undesirable. Meet the man who's now in charge.
They’ve Come Undone
With buying activity sharply down, merger breakups made the biggest headlines last year.
USA Network Cancels the Guidance Game
Eager to get out of the guidance game, the media company releases its entire operating budget through 2003.
The FTC’s New Antitrust Formula
Recent decision points to a more business-friendly view of mega-mergers.
What Tech Downturn? Veritas CFO Wins Over New Investors
Kenneth Lonchar's credibility and communication skills help sustain Veritas -- even as tech stocks take a beating.
The Hard Sell
Can regulators put an end to improper collaboration between analysts and investment bankers?
Planning and Performance Management: Chris Lewis, Jabil Circuit
Planning tools and disciplines keep Jabil Circuit focused on working capital and customers.
Revenue Growth: William Longbrake, Washington Mutual
Former FDIC official has helped turn the small thrift into the seventh largest savings institution in the U.S.
CFOs-Turned-CEOs: The View from the Other Side of the Desk
So what's it like being a CEO? These former CFOs know.