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Admittedly, it was only down 1% to a mere $3.256 million, from $3.291 million. But in 2002, the first full year since the Enron Corp. scandal erupted, CFOs as a group saw their compensation drop for the first time in a decade, according to compensation analysis firm Pearl Meyer & Partners in New York. No matter how you slice it, the contraction is another illustration of how a tough job just got tougher.

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