by Ken Rankin
Washington - Despite complaints from some business groups that Sarbanes-Oxley accounting reforms have put a chill on entrepreneurial activity, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman William H. Donaldson told Congress that corporate America is warming up to the tougher new financial reporting standards of the sweeping legislation.
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