- n. the corporate executive having financial authority to make appropriations and authorize expenditures for a firm
“So pee5 do you know what the name of the capital in Costa Rica is? do you know the way to S__ J — there a little song to help you. hows your cfo job going?”
“We expect them to grow this business when they have never worked as a manager or cfo of a busniness.”
“I doubt I have anything like the net worth of the cfo of Google, but I do have enough that I have to consider my investments.”
“When finical companies are doing well if not great ceo, cfo and board members get paid extremely well.”
“Bockscar: David Rezelman, et al., The Manhattan Project: An Interactive History Department of Energy, Office of History and Heritage Resources, 2003; The Manhattan Project: An Interactive History, www.cfo.doe.gov/me70/manhattan/nagasaki.htm.”
“The businesses tend to grow organically, and then wham, you actually NEED a cfo type person, and need to pay for those skills, perhaps not commensurate with a fortune 500 but similarly.”
“October 5th, 2009 at 9: 41 am PDT not exactly true = = myspace has had a cfo for 3 years — Eric Christenson …. .what happens to him? reply”
“Business Analyst business development buyer call center ceo cfo”
“Goldspan Resources, Inc. Leon Caldwell, President, 818-340-4600 lmc-cfo@socal. rr.com”
“Linx cfo Tony Stafford said that the St. Ives investment underlined the commitment of owner”
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