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Winners and Losers

Tracking the movers and shakers in the CFO job market in 2008.

December 8, 2008

As the downturn thrusts finance chiefs into the spotlight, with cost-cutting and restructuring rife across the corporate world, some will shine brighter than others. Some executives have burnished their reputations under the pressure of the past 12 months, while others have faded away. Read more...

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