Nearly half of a pool of corporate finance chiefs say their company's 401(k) plan includes funds that have been tainted by the recent mutual fund scandal.

This according to a survey published last week by Financial Executives International and Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. Among those who have been affected by funds implicated in the scandal, 75% have already made or plan to seek alternative funds for their 401(k) plan. Breaking down the numbers even further, 38% have already made those changes, 8% have drawn up plans to do so and another 31% are mulling a switch.

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