The PCAOB is pushing a broad agenda of change in corporate audit practies that it hopes will win back investor trust
By John Labate|August 01, 2004 at 08:00 PM
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A few weeks ago in Washington, D.C., an elite group of finance executives, fund managers, academics and investor advocates gathered for an unusual set of meetings. The mission of the group, which numbers more than 30 members, is to provide fresh insights and guidance for future auditing changes. David Shedlarz, Pfizer Inc.’s CFO, was there, as were James Campbell, corporate controller at Intel Corp., John Morrissey, General Electric Co.’s operating controller, and representatives from each of the Big Four accounting firms.
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