Mr. Pitts spoke to reporters about efforts by the Securities and Exchange Commission to revive public faith in their oversight… read more
Mr. Pitts spoke to reporters about efforts by the Securities and Exchange Commission to revive public faith in their oversight responsibilities following the collapse of the Enron corporation. He announced that the SEC would create a private-sector body to monitor accounting firms and investigate accounting irregularities. Following his remarks he answered questions from the reporters. close
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