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The late-2000s recession is the deepest and most sustained economic crisis since the Great Depression. This research examines how finance executives at mid-size companies have weathered the downturn and explores their views on how they will manage the finance function and their companies through the recovery. Finance executives anticipate that many of the recent improvements made within the corporate finance function--in particular, improvements in working capital management and cost management--will arm their companies to excel during the recovery.