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By C.J. Prince

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Data Delirium

Could you be growing faster if you spent more time crunchingnumbers? The answer: maybe. According to a November 2001PricewaterhouseCoopers survey, one-third of CEOs of fast-growthcompanies say they don't spend enough time reviewing indicatorssuch as cash flow and total company sales. The 9 percent who dospend too much time on the numbers also spend 16 percent more timeon the job-and their businesses have grown twice as fast over thepast five years.

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