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The health care law: Is it a job destroyer?
Have you observed contractors improving compliance training in light of tougher enforcement of False Claims Act statutes?
It seems a poll is released every day signaling CFO optimism, only to be followed by a different one a few days later singing the blues, and rebounding to happy times if you wait a few more days. How do you see the rest of 2013?
Should the Department of Veterans Affairs consider ways to ease its verification process for veteran-owned businesses?
The The Wall Street Journal reports that CFO pay is rising faster than CEO pay. Do you ...
To what extent do you believe that outsourcing fleet management will help a client's overall balance sheet?
How much more thorough has surety underwriting become in the past year?
Bankrupt Detroit has hired a $225,000 CFO to turn around the city. Can he do it?
A recent Forbes article puts the expanded role of the CFO squarely on the shoulders of the Great Recession. What do you think?
Should states such as Ohio and Pennsylvania increase their bonding requirements for oil and gas drilling companies?
Does the ability to expand a company trump accounting wizardry when you are the CFO?
This year, have you seen more instances where obligees are broadening the obligations imposed on sureties?
A recent op-ed suggests chief information officers are in a more privileged position than other C-execs to become the next CEO. Your thoughts?
Which aspect of surety is most commonly misunderstood?
A study by the Risk and Insurance Management Society cites increasing concern about the relationship between catastrophic uncertainty and the ability to manage risk. Do you agree?