The folks overseeing the editorial page at the Wall Street Journal haven't been kind to the regulators and overseers of the accounting profession and capital market systems of late.

In a recent searing analogy, an editorial compared American Institute of CPAs' chief executive Barry Melancon's part in accounting reform as comparable to that of promoter Don King's with regard to boxing reform.

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