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Study: CEOs Have Too Many Friends on the Audit Committee

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While federal regulations in the wake of corporate scandals like Enron and Worldcom required audit committees to be solely composed of independent directors, a new study in the American Accounting Association journal The Accounting Review found almost 40 percent of studied companies have committee members with social ties to the CEO.

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