How A Corporate Watchdog Nearly Lost Its BiteRobert Kuttner
A newly assertive Securities & Exchange Commission is trying to save the Financial Accounting Standards Board from a power play by large corporations and banks seeking more latitude for creative ac- counting. At stake is not only FASB's integrity and independence but also investor confidence that accountants and their clients aren't colluding to cook corporate books--in short, the efficiency of capital markets.
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