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Market fundamentals: 2000 versus 2007
Whither the S&P 500? Comparing the market’s recent turmoil with its decline at the end of the dot-com boom can help investors assess what might come next.

When to break up a conglomerate: An interview with Tyco International’s CFO
Chris Coughlin explains how spinning off some of the company’s largest businesses was the key to ensuring its long-term growth.

How to choose between growth and ROIC
Investors reward high-performing companies that shift their strategic focus prudently, even if that means lower returns or slower growth.

A quiet revolution in China’s capital markets
Reforms that attracted little attention in the Western world mark a major step forward in the modernization of China’s capital markets.

Preparing for the next downturn
In a buoyant economy, the next recession seems far off. But managers who prepare during good times can improve their companies' chances to endure or thrive in the eventual downturn.

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The misguided practice of earnings guidance
Weighing the pros and cons of earnings guidance: A McKinsey Survey
The McKinsey Global Survey of Business Executives, October 2005
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The coming convergence of US healthcare and financial services
How to fix China's banking system
Taming Postmerger IT Integration
A Risk-Management Upgrade For US Bank Regulators
Seizing The Hispanic Market
Managing Credit Card Risk
US Pension Funds: Mind The Gap
Where Mergers Go Wrong
Stock Indexes: Does Membership Matter?
The Business Case For Basel II
The Truth About Foreign Direct Investment In Emerging Markets
Credit Cards Come To China
Taking Stock of Equity Analysts
Much Ado About Dividends
Anatomy of a Bear Market
French and German Banking: Showing IT’s Strength
Asia's Banking Maverick
Getting What You Pay For With Stock Options
Banking Behind the Scenes
Serving Europe’s Affluent Investors
Fixing Asia’s Bad-Debt Mess
Keeping Your Sales Force After the Merger
Equity Trading’s Future in Europe
Europe’s banks: Verging on Merging
Time for CFOs to Step Up
The Limits of Bank Convergence
Filling China’s Pension Gap
When Carve-Outs Make Sense
Build-to-order Banking in Asia
China’s Banks Get Personal
Bank Deposits Get Interesting
Good Money From Bad Debt
Banking: The IT Paradox
Learning From High-Tech Deals
Banking on the Middle Market
Brazil's Head Start in On-line Banking
What is the Market Telling You About Your Strategy?
Selling Internet Banking to Asians
Getting International Banking Rules Right
Mutually Assured Survival
Caveat Vendor
Could Mobile Banking Go Global?
Why Mergers Fail
Managing Expectations For Value
Remaking Market Making
Valuing Dot-Coms After the Fall
Deals that Create Value
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