ARTICLES - Corporate Governance-Auditing - THE STATE OF AUDIT COMMITTEES - A blue-ribbon committee wrote guidance on the independence and financial expertise audit committee members need to have. A recent survey showed how having those characteristics, or not, affected audit committee performance.
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|Contributors:||Read, William J.; Raghunandan, Kannan|
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