Whom Can You Trust?

Verschoor, Curtis C.
March 2007
Strategic Finance;Mar2007, Vol. 88 Issue 9, p15
Academic Journal
The article discusses the subject of trust in business. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act requires management to commit to the truth of financial information and effectiveness of internal controls. A coalition of public and investor relations professional groups headed by the Arthur W. Page Society set forth concepts essential to restoring trust in corporations.


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