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December-January 2007

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  • Half Full or Half Empty?

    Paul Kasriel

    Three prominent economists share their outlooks on the factors that will shape the course of the U.S. economy in 2007

  • Finding the Needle

    Dave Lindorff

    Hyperion and Google have teamed up to take away the pain that often comes with searching for the right document in a complicated bpm system, with an advance in search technology called Smart Search

  • Rating Risk Practices

    Anne Field

    Standard & Poor's is expanding its inclusion of enterprise risk management into the credit ratings of all companies

  • From the Ground Up

    John Labate

    Leasing solution provider Captara Corp. released new functionality to give customers better visibility into, and control over, their real estate leases, through a web-based, on-demand application

  • Healthcare in a Click

    John Labate

    No one loves having to wade through healthcare plan options, but with online tools by Asparity, employees can find the plan that best suits them and employers receive data that can improve their policies

  • AmEx to the Rescue

    Richard Gamble

    American Express' entry into the EIPP market has raised hopes that the entire supply chain automation sector will expand, thanks to bigger investment, AmEx's global presence and increased synergy with P-cards

  • Believe It Can Happen

    Pat Wechsler

    The best story on supply chain risk is in the numbers--companies that don't have strategies in place to cover disruption pay in share price

  • Carrying a Full Bag

    Robert Rosenberg

    H. Glen Walker, CFO of the U.S. Postal Service, is delivering private-sector know-how to the mammoth government agency

  • Democrats on Deck

    Grace Hinchman

    The influx of Democrats to the new Congress in January will mean a number of new business-focused priorities -- with prescription drug reform and a minimum wage hike among them

  • CFOs in the Glare

    John Labate

    Whether or not you are at a high-profile company like Google or Eli Lilly, CFOs are under constant scrutiny from top management, the board, shareholders, analysts and regulators these days. CFOs are definitely being watched. But some admittedly deserve the attention more than others. This year's choice of Google's George...

  • Careers

    Staff Writer

    HEWLETT-PACKARD CO. named Catherine A. Lesjak executive vice president and CFO; she succeeds Robert P. Wayman, who is retiring. Lesjak, 47, has served as senior ...

  • Treasury Central

    Richard Gamble

    Microsoft's treasurer leads his company in a revolution in cash management

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