The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board has fallen behind in its plan to recruit a small army of veteran auditors for the coming year.
As a result, the oversight body is mulling raising salaries as it tries to compete in a tight market for auditing expertise, and has slashed its previously approved 2005 budget by roughly 11 percent.
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