2000 Volume 3 Issue 3

Do Japan’s High Tech Failures Open Doors for Western Firms?

Japan’s technology woes will impact U.S. business practice as technology trade increases.

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Managing Earnings … or Cooking the Books?

Some managers are distorting the economic reality of their firm’s performance through “accounting hocus-pocus,” so analyze financial reports carefully!

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The Battle Over Merger Accounting

Despite proposed pooling of interests accounting rule, firms are urged to pursue mergers that make economic sense.

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Conversation with Development Bank of Japan’s Dr. Kazuyuki Matsumoto

Dr. Kazuyuki Matsumoto, senior economist at the Development Bank of Japan, discusses the economic recovery of Japan and other Asian nations.

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Editorial

Editor’s Note: Friends, Romans & Countrymen…

The stage is set and spectators pack the coliseum jeering and cheering to see if chief gladiator Alan Greenspan can subdue the U.S. New Economy.

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What Directors Need to Know

Directors must know what information is needed to govern effectively – and take responsibility for getting it.

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Still Thinking of Doing an IPO?

An overview of the IPO process including costs and benefits.

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