The state of America

Jon Robins; Robins, Jon
January 2005
Lawyer;1/24/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p19
Trade Publication
This article reports that while over the last few weeks the corporate backlash against the Sarbanes-Oxley legislation has gathered further momentum on both sides of the Atlantic, there are some businesses that are beginning to see the benefits. Over the last month, European companies such as BT and the Rank Group in Great Britain and Siemens in Germany have stepped up the pressure on the SEC by threatening to delist their shares from the New York Stock Exchange as a reaction to the extra burden that the controversial legislation imposes on them.


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