corporations to go back to square one
and review the intricacies of their financial reporting and control practices, and ensure they're preparing financial statements and recording transactions in an accurate, fair, and ethical manner.
Will this cycle of change repeatedly throw your company back to square one
in terms of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance?
I've now asked every department head to go back to square one
and budget their costs objectively from 'a zero base'".
This board-dependent method of production also meant that short of going back to square one
and recreating a page from scratch, prior to printing, those completed paste-up boards were irreplaceable.
But that brings us back to square one
in the gay marriage debate: Recognizing the legality of a marriage implies its endorsement by society.
A couple years later, when the labels realized they had no idea how to handle these stridently pro-identity artists, most of the artists were dropped back to square one
If this hateful measure were to pass, we would be not just back to square one
but completely off the board--permanent second-class citizens.
All three branches of the government have been involved, and like many things that pass through this triumvirate, we're back to square one
Or you might stumble across so many potential BFFs that you're back to square one
Too often, the purchase of a new piece of equipment or the construction of a new building becomes an instant rationale for taking the marketing message back to square one
He has made us hard to beat as draws against Poland and Ukraine show and sacking him would put us back to square one
He added: "Retailers are saying sales of duty paid cigarettes have gone up since the outbreak -- but when those precautions are relaxed we will be back to square one
Just when Fibre Channel SANs were becoming safe, a new layer of confusion is threatening to bring your plans tumbling back to square one
It's back to square one
for the developers of Dos Mares, a US$150 million project adjacent to the Fajardo beachfront known as La Selva, reports The San Juan Star (January 31, 2001).
A company that dropped prices 50% below published rates to gain business must now increase prices 100% to get back to square one