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For Insurance Industry, Questions Are Mounting
Marsh laid out an ambitious plan to abandon the revenue it gets from contingency-fee arrangements.

Inside the CA Investigation
The indictment of seven former Computer Associates executives was the culmination of a 2½-year investigative odyssey that was hampered by top executives.

Morgan Stanley Faces Questions
Morgan Stanley claims that many of the documents its customers need to argue their cases against the firm were destroyed in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, raising questions about the firm's record-keeping procedures.

Data Backup Attracts Interest
A new breed of data backup tools has been making waves and eliciting a rash of investment from venture capitalists looking for a tech hit.

Regulations Are Tech-Sector Boon
For much of U.S. business, Washington's new regulatory requirements translate into costly misery. But for the beleaguered high-tech sector, there is a silver lining: a new selling opportunity.

Companies Complain About Cost of Rules
Tougher accountability rules are hitting bottom lines, U.S. companies say, adding to the weight of increasing health-care expenses and other costs.

Corporate Regulation Must Be Working
The backlash against corporate-governance regulation is raging. But these efforts couldn't be more misplaced.

The Big Cleanup
Jack Grubman, Sanford Weill and Martha Stewart all got busted by their very own e-mails and personal records. Now, new regulations have created a clear set of rules about document storage, and any employee would be wise to learn them.

Is Sarbanes-Oxley Working?
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act turns two this summer. So we thought it was time to ask: How's it going?
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