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Top Ten Concerns of CFOs

Forecasting woes, volatile currencies and low employee morale rise up the list of finance chiefs' worries.

February 2, 2009

Where do you turn for information on the fast-changing financial crisis? Siebe van Elsloo hopes it is to a newspaper, a magazine or the journals at the local library. In fact, any publication will do. For the CFO of Royal Swets & Zeitlinger, a Dutch subscription-services company, the greater the demand for news, the more the firm's customers — mainly academic institutions and large companies — will need help managing their periodicals. Read more...

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