PARDON MY SKEPTICISMThe Nehru jackets are still hanging in a lot of closets, alongside the trends for improving the audit profession.
Your editorial in the March 19-April 1 2007, issue ("The height of fashion," page 6) suggests the hope that had an organization such as the Center for Audit Quality been formed around 1999, there "would have been no need for the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board or Sarbanes-Oxley."
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