Washington (Feb. 22, 2002) -- Accounting firms need to work together to root out fraud in the companies they audit, Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Harvey Pitt said Friday.
During a speech in Washington, Pitt said that if accounting firms combine efforts to come up with a system of structuring audits to ferret out wrongdoing, it "would ensure that greater resources could be applied to the problem more effectively."
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