July-August 2009

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  • Biannual Economic Survey

    staff Writer

    Pessimism may finally be abating. More than 70% of the senior financial executives surveyed say the worst of the financial crisis has passed.

  • Moving Toward Stability?

    Donna Miskin

    Preventing another meltdown requires understanding global interdependence, how value relationships evolved and network theory.

  • Paperless Pitch

    Richard Gamble

    CB Richard Ellis arranged an automated invoice and payment processing system using products from four different vendors.

  • Careers

    Shqipnije Bytyqi

    John Gerspach; Annmarie Hagan; Lynn Good; Tim Morse; Blake Jorgensen; Joseph Ianniello

  • Carbon Trading Is on the Horizon, Ready or Not

    Pat Concessi

    Momentum continues to grow for the expansion of carbon markets in North America and a cap-and-trade system in the United States, presenting a myriad a challenges for businesses. Here's a look ahead from Pat Concessi.

  • Developing a 360-Degree View of Credit Risk

    Richard Gamble

    Companies are expanding the use of all tools at their disposal as they seek to gain greater visibility into all exposures, develop creative strategies and take mitigating action quickly.

  • Perils of Climate Change

    Anne Field

    Global warming and severe weather pose serious risks for businesses. Here are some to consider.

  • Is Getting Back to Normal Possible?

    David Levy, Milton Ezrati and John Lonski

    Economists Milton Ezrati of Lord Abbett, David Levy of the Jerome Levy Forecasting Center and John Lonski of Moody's Investors Service look at what comes next for the economy.

  • Working Together on Risk

    Susan Kelly

    Kyriba's alliance with FXpress reflects the increasing demand for treasury technology with robust risk capabilities.

  • Inventories Look Past LIFO

    Susan Kelly

    If convergence with global accounting standards doesn't obliterate LIFO, the Obama administration's craving for revenue could.

  • Vital Signs

    Donna Miskin

    Vital signs of a new economic environment.

  • Regs May Trim Hedges

    Susan Kelly

    Companies say the plan to corral derivatives activity on exchanges will increase costs and make hedge accounting difficult.

  • Pensions Hunker Down

    Susan Kelly

    Last year's market sell-off is encouraging corporate plan sponsors to lighten up on equities as they shy away from risk in general.

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