July-August 2007

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  • Living Life Exposed

    Russ Banham

    There's simply not enough capacity in D&O insurance to cover a company when investors want 10-digit settlements

  • Hitting the Target

    Robert Rosenberg

    Verizon used the decision to freeze its DB plan as an impetus for overhauling and improving its target date retirement funds

  • Stop the Madness

    Richard Gamble

    While automating your account analysis may not be the sexiest topic in the world, it could lead to some exciting savings

  • The Winds of Trouble

    Duncan Wood

    With the subprime market in disarray, fears mount over a possible investor stampede in the corporate loan market

  • Finally, the Party Can Start

    Beth Karlin

    It's been five less than satisfying years that companies have had to live with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, but for the first time there is less fear and loathing and more hope that the new guidance from the SEC and Auditing Standard 5 could turn SOX into something that might actually...

  • Steering A Giant

    Richard Gamble

    Treasurer Charles Holley is introducing new cash management services to deliver on Wal-mart's promise of always low prices

  • One Slip, You Dip

    Jeff Derose

    Managing reputational risk is a corporate priority in an era of corporate malfeasance, scandal and heightened risk

  • Editor's Letter

    Pat Wechsler

    It's not having great ideas so much as executing them that really counts, and unfortunately, for the Sarbanes- Oxley Act, the first three years of ...

  • Careers

    Staff Writer

    Wyeth, the $20.4 billion research-driven pharmaceutical and healthcare products company, with headquarters in Madison, N.J., elected Greg Norden senior vice president and CFO. Norden, 49, ...

  • Headache No. 157/159

    Robert Rosenberg

    New FASB rules on fair value accounting are expected to lead to volatility and restatements in the area of derivatives

  • Dollars Per Minute

    Robert Rosenberg

    Maxager 7.5 lets executives get granular when it comes to profit velocity, telling them which products produce profits fastest

  • Something Has to Give

    Staff Writer

    Three Wall Street economists wax poetic on what the next 12 months could mean for the U.S. economy--and it's not all good

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