New York (Aug. 8, 2002) - The annual salaries of CFOs at the nation's top companies took a southward turn this past year, as stock option values plummeted and non-cash perks dried up, according to an annual report by

The online companion to CFO magazine and Mercer Human Resource Consulting Group released their annual "CFO Compensation Special Report" Tuesday. The study analyzed 350 finance executives at the largest public companies.

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