As expected, the Treasury Department has created a new committee that will be charged with studying problems in the accounting industry.
But in somewhat of an unexpected move, former Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Arthur Levitt was selected to lead the effort, along with former SEC chief accountant Donald Nicolaisen.
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