Cover story - Regulators respond - Enronitis, witch-hunts and financial hypochondria - The fear that companies might have systematically misrepresented their accounts will not just go away. US regulators think more accounting rules are the cure, but some fear that rules simply create loopholes and that more radical plans may be needed.
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