Andersen's CEO: Auditing Needs "Some Changes"
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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