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Reputational Risk Still a Top Concern for Boards

Boards are taking the peril of the loss of their companies– good names more seriously and are ready to beef up staff to help CFOs.

August 14, 2012

For a second straight year, boards of directors see reputational risk as their top concern. They're also displaying a new optimism about a financial recovery, and are making plans to hire staff to support CFOs, according to a survey by EisnerAmper LLP. Read more...

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