BEST PRACTICE - The Unexpected Benefits of Sarbanes-Oxley - Sarbanes-Oxley was intended to make corporate governance more rigorous, financial practices more transparent, and management criminally liable for lapses. In the view of a few open-minded firms, however, the second year of compliance has turned out to offer not only strong protections for investors but also insights for managers.
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