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The Man Behind The Money

from New York Business,
Job: Robert Dixon, senior director of financial reporting for the National Hockey League, since March. Job One: Close the NHL's 2005 fiscal year books while looking for ways to streamline the league's reporting and accounting systems. Besides cutting revenues and alienating fans, the lockout that melted last year's hockey season led some finance staffers to leave the league, taking with them some of the historical financial data and system management knowledge stored in their heads rather than in computers or on paper. Mr. Dixon is charged with setting up systems and leaving documentation to ensure that never happens again.
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