by Ken Rankin
Washington — The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board gave a thumbs up to a controversial new auditing standard that requires auditors to review and attest to the effectiveness of corporate internal control over financial reporting — a mandate that some boardroom execs fear may sharply increase the cost and complexity of external audits.
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