After a six-month vacancy, the Securities and Exchange Commission is zeroing in on a new chairman for the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, according to published reports.

In its online edition, The Wall Street Journal quoted anonymous sources as saying that three candidates had already been interviewed for the position. The trio includes the board's acting chairman, William Gradison; former Treasury Department official Jerome Powell; and Federal Reserve Board governor Mark Olson.

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