controllership controllership


  • (n) the position of controller


  • Cranston lost the senatorial nomination to Salinger in 1964 and the controllership itself in the 1966 near-sweep by Republicans that saw Ronald Reagan defeat Democrat Pat Brown .


  • "He has helped lead the growth of our financial services businesses, helped build our financial and controllership capabilities and has been a teacher, advisor, counselor to innumerable GE executives, including me. These changes are a natural...
    on Jun 23, 2005 By: Jeffrey Immelt Source: Inside INdiana Business (press release)

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decadent decadent
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