The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board released its report on its 2006 inspection of KPMG's auditing work, outlining a number of deficiencies.
In one case, the PCAOB noted, the Big Four firm "failed to identify a significant error in certain line items reported for operating activities on the statement of cash flows and to test the amounts reported for investing and financial activities on that statement."
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