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While CFO turnover over the past few years has been trending upward at publicly held companies, actual turnover declined in the first quarter of 2007 against the same three-months the year before, according to a study by Liberum Research. Unlike the first quarter of 2006, when the number of CFO changes jumped 38% to 630 from 457 in the first three months of 2005, the number of CFOs leaving their posts between January and the end of March in 2007 declined 22%, to 489. The report notes that this slowdown in CFO turnover, along with all C-level turnover, marks the second straight quarter of year-over-year declines for both CFOs and C-level in general, although there was a slight increase in turnover from the fourth quarter of 2006.

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