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Ernst & Young fined $9.3m for auditors' improper relationships with clients
The accountancy firm Ernst & Young has agreed to pay $9.3m to settle charges that two of its auditors formed “inappropriately close” relationships with staff at the companies whose books they were checking. The US Securities & Exchange Commission said …
Ernst & Young hit with $9.3M fine for client-auditor relationshipsNew York Post
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