February 2007

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  • Answering The Call

    Anne Field

    is it a question of too little too late or better late than never? Unfortunately, it's some of both when it comes to the type of relief offered smaller companies from the rigors of a sarbox 404 audit

  • Where Size Doesn't Matter

    Richard Gamble

    Midsize companies like Fellowes are seizing the initiative when it comes to building sophisticated treasury operations not typically seen at middle market companies. No longer willing to settle for low-tech solutions to meet global challenges, these middle-weight trendsetters are using cutting-edge products and services intended for much larger multinationals. And...

  • Endangered Species?

    Richard Gamble

    In treasury technology, it's vendor eating vendor in a survival of the fattest struggle that is leaving corporate treasurers with fewer, although-- in some cases--better choices on workstations

  • BPM For The Masses

    Dave Lindorff

    When microsoft throws a party, people tend to show up. but with the release of microsoft's new BPM tool, midsize companies have a long list of considerations to make, starting with cost and functionality

  • Let Them Buy Tools

    Pat Wechsler

    Treasury consultant Craig jeffery discusses the menu of Technology for the middle market and pitfalls to avoid when ordering

  • Take Your Medicine

    Robert Rosenberg

    Gov. Schwarzenegger's plan calling for universal healthcare coverage in california is bold in scope and detail--and along with activity in other states, could elevate the debate to the national stage

  • Rx For Drug Coverage

    Staff Writer

    Companies are eyeing a bill in Congress that could overhaul Medicare drug pricing

  • A Case Of Deja Vu

    Robert Rosenberg

    Robin Washington helped turn the midsize Peoplesoft into a large company. She plans on doing the same with Hyperion Solutions

  • For No Leaks, You Pay

    Richard Gamble

    Accounts receivable put options may seem confusing, but they can offer a valuable alternative for companies looking to hedge against trouble involving a particular customer or shipment

  • Feeling The Heat

    Douglas G. Cogan

    It's time that U.S.-listed companies take the lead in applying risk mitigation tactics, honed by Sarbanes-oxley, to climate change risks

  • Sidebar

    Staff Writer

    o Washington served as an accounting analyst for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicagoo Washington used to enjoy travel to exotic places. But now, with ...

  • Sidebar

    Staff Writer

    DOUGLAS G. COGAN, the environmental, social and governance research director for Institutional Shareholder Services in Rockville, Md., is author of "Corporate Governance and Climate Change: ...

  • Careers

    Staff Writer

    DELL INC. named Donald J. Carty vice chairman and CFO of the $55.9 billion computer maker, which is based in Round Rock, Texas. Carty, 60, ...

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