Accounting for failure

May 01, 2002
<p>National regulators shouldn't react in a vacuum</p>
'We can't wait to fix the Financial Accounting Standards Board. It's been broken and it's been broken for too long.' Harvey Pitt, chairman of the SEC, thus revealed his contempt for the body that sets US accounting standards when he testified to the Senate Banking

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