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Congress rushed to enact the Sarbanes-Oxley Act last summer in the wake of the Enron Corp. scandal, and then the Securities and Exchange Commission labored mightily to issue a host of regulations concerning the law’s new requirements by its Jan. 26 deadline. Now, the job of putting all this into practice falls to corporations, and perhaps not surprisingly most executives are already predicting that the task is going to prove significantly more time-consuming and expensive than anyone in the government has predicted.

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