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No one would ever accuse Nancy Cooper of avoiding challenges–not after accepting the job of CFO at CA Inc. The Islandia, N.Y.-based enterprise management software company, formerly known as Computer Associates, has been in on-and-off crisis mode for almost four years following a massive $2.2 billion accounting fraud investigation beginning in 2003. Then, after it looked like it was getting on track with a new management team, led by CEO John Swainson, it was forced to restate financials in early 2006. That led to the resignation of CFO Robert Davis. None of that seems to deter Cooper, who has been at CA for six months. “My job is to make the company perform as well as I can, as soon as I can, at the highest level of integrity,” she says.

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