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    Finance executives love Excel, but spreadsheets are error-prone. Now, finance executives can have Excel and security, too.

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  • Side Bar- Remodeling Business

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    In two months' time, a committee of 14 scientists, bankers, environmentalists and regulators is slated to deliver a report that will set the tone for ...

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  • Smooth Forex Sailing

    Staff Writer

    A software-as-a-service update now makes it easier to manage foreign exchange esposure and maintain better practices.

  • Retiring in Steps

    Staff Writer

    Thanks to changes in pension laws, phased retirement is suddenly an option-and both employers and employees are interested

  • Maintaining Control

    Staff Writer

    The effort to transform governance and risk compliance burdens into business value may have taken a giant leap forward.

  • Risks Worth Taking

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    While risk aversion may be a natural response to all the problems dogging companies, it's not a winning strategy for business success

  • Side Bar- A Calm Eye of the Storm

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  • A Flood of Liquidity

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  • Careers

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