Recession worries are prompting CFOs to cut back on hiring and spending, according to a newly released survey.

Forty-six percent of the 200 corporate CFOs surveyed by Financial Executives International and Baruch College's Zicklin School of Business are reducing their hiring, and 24 percent see layoffs as an option. Thirty-four percent of the CFOs are delaying business-related spending.

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