Features - Want to Create Value? - In a global, fast-moving economy the CFO has a new strategic role to guide the corporation in its financial decisions. Whether it is monitoring the expectations by the stock market and stockholders or analyzing the bulk of capital spending that never goes through a formal review, today's CFO has moved beyond the accounting and finance text-books to the real ...
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