Peregrine names PWC auditor and new CFO: Embattled software maker Peregrine Systems chose Big Five firm PricewaterhouseCoopers as its new auditor and named Kim Sexton as its new chief financial officer.

The appointments came just one week after the N.Y.-based company said that it planned to slash 1,000 employees from its workforce amid an accounting scandal. The company also said that it might have to restate its financials for the past three years to correct accounting errors of $100 million.

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