by Ken Rankin

Washington - New federal legislation directing the Financial Accounting Standards Board to require accountants to meet "fundamental principles of transparency and understandability" when preparing or auditing financial statements drew stiff opposition from former FASB chairman Edmund L. Jenkins and New York University accounting professor Baruch Lev during House hearings on the plan.

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