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Ticking the boxes

9 November 2006 By Edward Hadas

The chiefs of the big firms want constant disclosure of key business parameters. But that would only drive more companies to go private. The big problem with audits is conflict of interest. The best reform would be to get rid of them. Investors should get more involved.

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