October 2008

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  • The New Health Wave?

    Staff Writer

    Onsite clinics and pharmacies get high marks from the few firms that have them.

  • Lockbox Lift-off

    Richard Gamble

    In the current uncertain economic conditions, treasuries want quicker availability on incoming payments and are optimizing processes just as recent technology innovations are helping to boost availability and re-launch lockbox services.

  • Winning Combo

    Richard Gamble

    Created by mergers, Infor builds an automated, integrated treasury operation using its own software products as a cornerstone.

  • What's Your Green Strategy?

    Anne Field

    Driven by escalating energy prices and consumer demands for environmental awareness and social responsibility, more companies are undertaking the hugely ambitious task of greening their supply chains from start to finish worldwide.

  • Change Agents?

    Dave Lindorff

    The biggest factor in play in the election may be how a likely Democratic U.S. House and Senate will impact policies that affect corporate America.

  • Head of the Class

    Dave Lindorff

    The University of California graduates from spreadsheets to a Web-based automated, integrated cash management system.

  • Drawing On a Global Background

    Beth Karlin

    Dixon Ticonderoga CFO Rezende embodies the spirit of the young up-and-comers profiled in this issue. While his company may be relatively small, his ambition is not.

  • Destination IFRS

    Staff Writer

    The beginning of the end of GAAP could come as early as 2010.

  • Companies Shun ERM Strategies

    Staff Writer

    Most companies blame poor ERM strategy for the credit crisis but lack comprehensive strategies of their own.

  • Caveat Whistleblowers

    Beth Karlin

    Loopholes and the latest ruling from the Department of Labor would leave those who would reveal wrongdoing twisting in the wind.

  • Editor's Letter

    Donna Miskin

    It's late September and the financial world looks a lot like the Texas coast after Hurricane Ike: a shambles of its former self.

  • Tapping Nest Eggs

    Dave Lindorff

    401(k) hardship withdrawals and borrowing rise, leading to worries that workers will have even less funds for retirement.

  • Rising Stars in Rocky Times

    Staff Writer

    Treasury & Risk's 2008 picks of corporate America's outstanding financial executives under the age of 40.

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