Washington (Feb. 19, 2003) -- Former Wall Street executive William Donaldson was sworn in Tuesday as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, ending the troubled tenure of Harvey Pitt.
Donaldson was confirmed by the Senate last week, and has said his first priority will be to appoint a leader for the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. Pitt’s bungling of that appointment helped lead to his resignation.
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