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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