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8A - The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 16, 2004

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xACT 2003
Last fall, 900 students from 28 colleges and universities were
given a difficult task: determine how a country's accounting
standards and regulations may have contributed to an alleged
accounting scandal and propose changes to ensure accurate
and complete financial reporting. Their ideas were evaluated
by a panel of PricewaterhouseCoopers professionals, who
named the top team at each campus.
Join us in congratulating all the students who participated
and the top team from the University of Michigan:
Katie Baker
William Chan
Nick Domitirovich
Christa Nadler
Andreas Penna
David Wright, Faculty Advisor
pwc.com/xTreme

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