Menlo Park, Calif. (March 10, 2003) -- A recent survey of privately held businesses showed 58 percent of chief financial officers are implementing changes to their own accounting and internal audit functions in response to those being placed on public companies.

Media, Pa.-based International Communications Research conducted the survey for consulting firm Robert Half Management. It included responses from 1,400 CFOs representing a stratified, random sample of private companies in the U.S. with more than 20 employees.

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