As Sarbanes-Oxley turns five, some concede benefits

07/30/2007 | Wall Street Journal, The

Executives at publicly traded companies still say the five-year-old Sarbanes-Oxley rules are too costly to implement, but some do concede the rules help catch problems before they snowball. "There is without question greater accountability in the boardroom," said Thomas Lehner, an official of the Business Roundtable. Institutional investors also applaud the law.

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