In an online posting from the editor, CE argued that while some of the unintended consequences of Sarbanes-Oxley are indeed troubling for U.S. competitiveness, much of the whinging about the law is misplaced since CEOs at the time could have come forward publicly to affirm that business, on the whole, is an ethical enterprise, and that the law, particularly with respect to Section 404, was fundamentally misconceived. For the full posting and exchange, visit www.chiefexecutive.net.
White-Collar Witch Hunt or Failure of Nerve
Your article hits on a number of points I have been making for some time. Today I started drafting a letter to my Congressmen and the Speaker of the …
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