September 2008

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  • Keep It Simple

    David Corrado

    Proposed financial reporting changes would reduce complexity for investors and corporates alike and make comparing performance among companies easier.

  • Drilling Down Globally

    Beth Karlin

    In 20 years at Pitney Bowes, CFO Michael Monahan has proven himself in finance and operations. This grounding should serve him well as the company expands its product line and global reach.

  • Editor's Letter

    Donna Miskin

    So much for this summer of our discontent as the year-long global credit crisis threatens to drag on and the markets seem stuck on an endless roller-coaster ride.

  • 401(k) Full Disclosure

    Dave Lindorff

    New rules requiring companies to let employees know about fees, expenses and plan performance could be a boon, or not.

  • Future M&A Accounting

    Staff Writer

    Thomson Reuters' Mark Wells explains how the business combinations rule affects balance sheets.

  • Re-engineering With SWIFT

    Richard Gamble

    DuPont and other corporates are finding many benefits in implementing straight-through processing and improving bank communications.

  • Raising Red Flags

    Beth Karlin

    ACL is customizing its continuous monitoring technology for Corruption-plagued German giant Siemens. the massive installation will analyze data from 1,300 business units IN 190 countries.

  • The Whole is Greater...

    Richard Gamble

    Textron partnered with FXpress which partnered with Bancbridge and so on down the line to integrate best-of-breed technology into a state-of-the-art treasury system.

  • Hosting Takes the Cake

    Richard Gamble

    A riskier economy is actually increasing spending on treasury technology for tools that provide global visibility of all cash, improve cash forecast accuracy and clamp better controls on the movement of funds.

  • Forging Stronger Supply Chains

    Russ Banham

    Applying ERM principles to managing supply lines that often stretch around the world allows companies to prioritize risks and establish action plans to respond.

  • Ignore at Your Own Peril

    Dave Lindorff

    Heeding the risk manager's warning is just the first step for companies to ensure their ERM will work in a crunch, reports say.

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