NEW YORK — Public fashion firms might have escaped the worst of the corporate corruption scandals so far, but they won’t be exempt from the pressures for greater transparency and oversight as companies look to restore investor confidence.

While the big corporate names in the news — Enron, WorldCom, Global Crossings and Adelphia — appear far removed from the retail and apparel sectors, the fashion industry does have its own Hall of Shame.

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