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January 02, 2008

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Saw this post yesterday at Guerilla Marketing for Consultants and it caught my eye. I'd mentioned The Changing Roles of CFOs back in March of 2006, but when I saw this story again, I couldn't help but think of the [Read More]

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Daniel Mcgonagle

Thanks for the info. Although I am not a practicing CPA nor do I have the education necessary to understand its rudiments, I want to learn more. So, thanks for the insider info.

George Weinbaum

SOX has been good for the Big Four. It has not been good for investors. Most SOX compliance money is wasted from the investor's perspective.

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