Even though he's been in office for just over a year, Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Harvey Pitt's tenure has been, to be kind, a mixed review.

In several public appearances on mainstream TV news shows and in several SEC-organized public roundtables, it seemed that he was working overtime to overcome any pre-appointment prejudices that he was still in the pockets of his former clients — namely the Big Four and the AICPA.

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