[ US /ˈsiˌɛˈfoʊ/ ]
- the corporate executive having financial authority to make appropriations and authorize expenditures for a firm
How To Use CFO In A Sentence
- Sequoia Capital would seem to be the lead investor, given that Sequoia partner Alfred Lin (former CFO/COO at Zappos) is listed as the company's only outside director.
- Actually, the CFO is a personal friend of ours but I had not considered the similarity between the NOB Indians and those SOB. Proper Foto Etiquette?
- Their bosses were there, too, the CEO s and CFO s, chairmen of boards---the kinds of guys who come and go in their own jets and helicopters. SILENT JOE
- From there we went McBowling, I bowled two McPerfect 300's while Hank dropped a McBall on her large McFoot and Bertha laughed until a trickle of McBlood dripped from the corner of her McHerpe filled mouth. Archive 2007-06-01
- Management's response: The Administrator concurred, stating that the OCFO will demonstrate that appropriations available to be spent in FY 2006 can be traced from appropriations, to apportionments, to allotments, to commitments, and to obligations. NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: June 2010 Archives
- ‘This decline in part reflects the illegal, anticompetitive business practices of our primary competitor, remedies for which we are pursuing in the courts,’ said CFO Roy Goodman.
- He took on the role of CFO in 2005 and also became COO in 2008.
- Tie on some 7x tippet to each reel and jerk it out as hard as you can, I have not done this but my bet is the 7x will break on the Clearwater when the smooth drag of the CFO will protect the lighter tippet. More On Budget Tackle
- Plus, some hedge funds have former CEOs and CFOs on their payrolls, ready to be parachuted in at a moment's notice.
- I agree with westsideguy, moonbat is appropriately named if he/she thinks bringing in someone inexperienced to be the CFO of a bank is a good idea. Changing of the guard (Jack Bog's Blog)