September 2009

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  • Delivery Pains at the Post Office

    Susan Kelly

    Snow, rain and gloom of night haven't stopped the mail, but the recession is taking its toll. CFO Joe Corbett talks about how the service can get back on track.

  • Modulating Say on Pay

    Susan Kelly

    Advisory votes in the U.K. have helped make CEOs' compensation more sensitive to poor company performance, study says.

  • Warding Off Proxy Battles

    John K. Wilson

    A proactive communications policy and a response team in place can help a company better handle contact with activist shareholders.

  • Fall Focus

    Donna Miskin

    As the fallout from the financial crisis begins to settle, what should treasurers be focusing on?

  • Careers

    Shqipnije Bytyqi

    Kathy Waller; Jacques Croisetiere; Joseph Trpik Jr.; Sandra Callahan; Mike Reynolds; Kevin Nowlan

  • Commission Slip

    Dave Lindorff

    A ruling by Illinois regulators could bring back the practice of major brokers' collecting contingent commissions from insurers.

  • Risky Health Assessments

    Anne Field

    Companies could run afoul of federal laws when asking employees to fill out questionnaires about their habits or medical conditions.

  • Hungry for a World of Digital Data

    Richard Gamble

    The craving for information is driven by companies' aggressive liquidity management in the face of tight credit as well as credit concerns around counterparties and supply chains.

  • All Eyes on FX Risk

    Richard Gamble

    As turbulence rocks the currency markets, companies look to new tools to find hidden exposures and new tactics for hedging.

  • SWIFT's New Sweet Spot

    Richard Gamble

    As more companies seek to connect to multiple banks through a single platform, SWIFT is providing more ways and more reasons to link up.

  • Virtual Meeting Rush

    Maria Korolov

    More companies are using virtual worlds for training and gatherings while new technology aims to make them a mainstream reality.

  • The 2009 Cash Management Survey

    staff Writer

    The intense focus on cash management hasn't let up as access to credit remains tight for many companies, according to the almost 200 senior financial executives who responded to Treasury & Risk's annual cash management survey.

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