Fair warning to dirty public companies and their enablers: Jonathan Weil, formerly of the WSJ, has returned from journalistic hiatus.
For years, Mr. Weil applied relentlessness and style in covering the likes of Enron and Arthur Andersen. To get a flavor, check out his latest Bloomberg column, Here’s What the Accounting Watchdog Keeps Hidden, in which he exposes the coziness of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s relationship with its regulatees.
Blawgletter bids Mr. Weil a hearty welcome back. We missed ye.