Andersen's CEO: Auditing Needs "Some Changes"

Joseph Berardino harbors no doubts that Enron's fall means his firm's reputation is on the line

Arthur Andersen LLP, the auditing firm for Enron Corp., has been dogged by questions about its accounting work since the troubled energy-trading giant announced in November it would restate its financial reports. The questions have grown in the wake of Enron's Dec. 2 filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization. Like Enron, Andersen has become the target of a flurry of class actions, and its work for Enron is being reviewed by regulators.

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