SAN DIEGO — Sarbanes-Oxley is here to stay, and retailers must adapt to meet its requirements, a Safeway executive said here last week. “It's not going to be repealed — certainly not under this Congress,” Bill Spoehr, vice president, financial compliance, for Safeway, told CUE 2007, the annual conference and user exchange sponsored by Lawson Software, St. Paul, Minn. Sarbanes-Oxley added requirements in 2002 — in response to accounting scandals at Enron and other corporations — that all ...
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