Guarding the Guardians - The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, created by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, has posted the results of its limited 2003 inspections of the Big 4 auditing firms. Some critics, however, question whether clients and the public are truly protected if the most sensitive results of future audits by this public auditor are kept confidential. The new oversight agency also may ...
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