chief financial officer, CFO(noun)
the corporate executive having financial authority to make appropriations and authorize expenditures for a firm
CFO is a monthly magazine published in the United States. It was launched in 1985 for chief financial officers and other financial executives in companies in the U.S. The Economist Group acquired the magazine in 1988 and sold it in 2010 to the private equity firm Seguin Partners. It carries a mixture of regional and global content aimed at CFOs and other decision makers in their respective industries. CFO magazine reaches 450,000 individually qualified readers. CFO is a requested, controlled-circulation title so all registered readers are senior level financial decision makers who have requested the magazine. CFO's circulation is audited by BPA Worldwide with a monthly unique audience of 380,000 users and delivers 1.4 million page views monthly. CFO products are persistent award winners, including the magazine, web-site and CFO Conferences. In syndicated readership research, CFO routinely sorts to the top of the list of major business publications regarding reach of "C-suite" executives, especially senior executives in corporate finance. Advertisers include banks, technology firms, consulting firms, accounting firms, travel services companies, and other companies providing business services.
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The numerical value of cfo in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of cfo in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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