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I'm Outta Here With shrinking teams and growing responsibilities, CFOs have it tough these days. What can you do to keep yours from jumping ship?

By C.J. Prince

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If you thought your job was thankless, consider the plight of the company CFO. More and more of them, fatigued with the intensifying pressure and widening scope of their positions, are exiting stage left--and small companies are suffering disproportionately from the turnover, according to Liberum Research, an independent research firm focused on management intelligence. During the first half of the year, Liberum notes, 193 CFOs at small- and micro-cap public companies either resigned or retired, compared with only 26 CFOs at mid- and large-cap companies.

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