How do sound values and good judgment become part of a CFO’s rite of passage? Join us as Deborah shares her CFO mind-set and details how her principles and powers of discernment led her to advance inside a variety of top finance organizations.
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The Schwan Food Company: At $3 Billion in Sales It’s Good to Be Private
“We’re about $3 billion in sales today and we’re a private company. I believe our competitive edge is that we can be more nimble and not as tied to quarterly earnings. We do have a board of course and we have financial commitments, but because we are private we have the ability to take more of a long term view on things and enjoy more freedom as far as how we use our cash.”
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