New York (Nov. 6, 2002) - With little fanfare, New York-based accounting firm Citrin Cooperman & Co. announced via a government filing this week that it will no longer audit public companies.
In an 8-K statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, cheese-maker Lucille Farms said the firm would resign after the filing of the company’s report for the quarter ended Sept. 30 because it is exiting the public auditing business.
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