Durham, N.C./Florham Park, N.J. (Jan. 22, 2004) -- A recent survey of chief financial officers from a variety of public and private companies found that 47 percent of their 401(k) plans have been tainted by the recent mutual fund scandal.

The survey found that the avalanche of allegations charging abusive behavior in the $7 trillion mutual fund industry over the past few months has been enough to shake investor's faith and cause companies to make significant changes to their 401(k) plans.

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