Washington (Feb. 12, 2003) -- Departing Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Harvey Pitt defended the $452,000 salaries members of the new accounting oversight board gave themselves, saying the premium pay will insure the best people will be attracted to the jobs.
The Senate has already voted to cut the annual pay to $400,000 or less.
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