NEW YORK – A United States regulator proposed freeing small companies from a Sarbanes-Oxley Act requirement that an auditor sign-off on their internal controls over financial reporting, following years of criticism from conservative lawmakers and business groups that the rules are overly burdensome. Securities and Exchange Commission members voted 3-1 on Thursday to seek public…
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