Dallas (Sept. 9, 2004) -- When corporate America goes shopping for auditors, they're increasingly looking beyond the Big Four toward smaller, less expensive firms, according to data on auditor changes.

With the Big Four focusing much of their attention of the Fortune 1000, many clients are turning to the so-called Group B firms, such as BDO Seidman and Grant Thornton, the Dallas Morning News reported this week.

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