After Enron: "Nothing Can Be Off the Table"
Superlawyer Harvey L. Pitt became chairman of the Securities & Exchange Commission in September, 2001, as a champion of self-policing and a conciliatory approach to corporations, accountants, and Wall Street. But Enron's collapse and rising public disgust over a wave of corporate bookkeeping scandals are forcing the 57-year-old conservative to beef up oversight, instead (see BW Cover Story, 3/25/02, "The Reluctant Reformer").
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