by Roger Russell

In a potential windfall to accountants eager to take on Section 404 work created by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Grant Thornton and BDO Seidman, two of the profession’s largest firms, have said that they will not pursue any 404 work for their public company audit clients, and will seek other firms to handle that work.

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