December-January 2010

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  • Careers

    staff Writer

    David Denton; Peter Klein; Jay Rasulo; Edward Fitzpatrick; Robert Falzon; John Fleurant; Susan Carter

  • Debt Strategy Dilemma

    Richard Gamble

    Treasurers weigh whether to renew credit facilities at high rates now or risk getting crowded out later.

  • On-the-Go Treasury

    Richard Gamble

    Workstation providers are rolling out applications that let users access functionality via their mobile devices.

  • CFOs to Watch: Ready for Opportunity

    Richard Gamble

    Emerging as winners after the financial crisis, three CFOs--Ford Motor's Lewis Booth, Platinum Equity's Mary Ann Sigler and Merck's Peter Kellogg--aim to thrive in the new normal.

  • Full Agenda Ahead For RIMS Prez

    Donna Miskin

    RIMS' nearly 10,000 members represent more than 3,500 business, charitable and government entities globally. It has 81 chapters in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Japan.

  • Reshaping Primary Care

    Susan Kelly

    Pilot projects suggest boosting the family doctor's role in getting medical providers to work together cuts costs.

  • Overseas Tax Watch

    Susan Kelly

    The Obama administration's proposed changes in international tax regulations could send some corporate headquarters packing.

  • XBRL Tags Pile Up

    Susan Kelly

    The mandate to tag the details in financial statement footnotes could mean a lot of work for big companies this year.

  • Expanding Risk Oversight

    Dave Lindorff

    More companies look at setting up special risk committees on their corporate boards to watch enterprise risk management.

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