Leading Financial Executives into the Next Millennium - Philip B Livingston, a CPA, is the new president and CEO of the Financial Executives Institute, the elite organization of controllers, treasurers, and CFOS. His goal is to turn the organization into an Internet community. He also thinks that there still is a place for fiscal conservatism in financial statements and that poolings of interest ...
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