Corporate Reforms Examined

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NPR's Jim Zarroli reports the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was only one of several major efforts to address corporate accounting scandals. The New York and NASDAQ stock exchanges also imposed some tough new rules on the way corporations choose board members, hire auditors and compensate their managers. NPR's Jim Zarroli looks at how the regulatory landscape has changed and whether the changes have done much to reassure investors.



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