The Global CFO - The western business model of the pursuit of maximum profit without proper attention to the potential "explosion of greed" as in the Enron and WorldCom debacles may not be a paradigm for the rest of the world, according to a CFO at the 35th World Congress of the International Association of Financial Executives Institutes. Other CFOs at the Florence, Italy, conference expressed ...
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