It’s been more than a year since the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was supposed to reform the world of corporate accounting. A look at what’s changed and what’s not.

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  • Mark Sherman Adjunct professor, Georgetown University
  • Mike Schroeder Staff reporter, "Wall Street Journal"
  • Martin Freedman Professor of accounting, Towson University; also a member of The Association for Integrity in Accounting
  • Tom Devine Legal director, Government Accountability Project

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