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Corporate Cashflow Magazine back issues
Market for credit information going through shakeup.
June 1, 1996... The marketplace for commercial credit information is going through a major shakeout. First Dun & Bradstreet announced it was splitting into three independent companies. Then TRW disclosed plans to sell its Information Systems and Services unit to a couple of Boston investment firms....
More firms sell stock through direct purchase programs.
June 1, 1996... Corporate financial managers now look on direct stock-purchase programs as more than a low-cost way to raise capital. Individual owners, often insiders, tend to remain loyal to management even in the face of decreased earnings or other negative tidings. Another direct-purchase advantage,...
Master contracts smooth way for service charges. (terms and agreements contracts)
June 1, 1996... Banks are asking corporate customers to sign standard terms and agreements contracts that protect banks and eliminate dozens of specific legal agreements. "This is a win-win situation," insists J. William Murray, senior vice president of First National Bank of Maryland, Baltimore. "Master...
New vendors bring discount trading to foreign exchange.
June 1, 1996... U.S. companies in search of high-growth global markets are courting foreign trading partners. This increase in international trade has not gone unnoticed by foreign exchange specialists marketing their expertise to corporate clients. Several firms monitor trading activity in the foreign...
Cashing in on capacity. (treasury management)(Editorial)
June 1, 1996... If cash is king, the kingdom isn't what it used to be. Indeed, the value of cash over the past 20 years can be seen as a tide that rose during 1970s and most of the 1980s, then ebbed in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Roughly speaking, the fortunes of corporate treasury managers have risen...