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But What if the Auditors Were Fools?

“Could Ernst & Young have done a better job? Maybe, but claiming they could have done a better job doesn’t necessarily make them liable. Even the best of auditors can be fooled.”

~ Anthony Sabino, professor of law and business at St. John’s University

“Could Ernst & Young have done a better job? Maybe, but claiming they could have done a better job doesn’t necessarily make them liable. Even the best of auditors can be fooled.”

~ Anthony Sabino, professor of law and business at St. John’s University

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