San Francisco (Feb. 4, 2004) -- In an era replete with calls for greater disclosure, investors should pay particularly close attention when a company announces a change in auditors, according to a survey on auditor turnover by global financial research firm Glass, Lewis & Co.
In the survey, Glass, Lewis reviewed some 900 auditor changes filed in 2003 8-K forms and found:
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