If the rash of post-scandal regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley was the equivalent of painting a big red bull's-eye on every finance exec in the land, books like Steven M. Bragg's Controller's Guide: Roles and Responsibilities for the First Years are the equivalent of Kevlar. Written with the wet-behind-the-ears controller in mind, it explains the position's role within the corporation, discusses generally accepted accounting principles and delves in internal accounting.
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