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Why FCPA Risk Has Become Personal
Senior executives are increasingly targeted for FCPA prosecution. November 22, 2011
A Reason to Revisit Your Cybersecurity Risk
New guidance from the SEC nudges public companies to consider how forthcoming they should get about the costs and overall effects of potential and actual IT breaches. November 3, 2011
What a Corporate Tax Cut Might Mean
New research explores the impact of a potential tax-rate reduction on key financial measures. November 1, 2011
To Err Is Human . . . and Punishable by the SEC
The securities regulator stretches itself thinner by adding negligence cases to its docket. November 1, 2011
New Labor Law Could Cast Harsh Light on Companies
Thousands of businesses are criticizing a proposed labor law that would require many lawyers to report confidential information on corporate clients to the Department of Labor. October 21, 2011
Searching for Missing Supply-Chain Links
Not yet in effect, a new SEC rule has some companies bearing down on their suppliers for contractual changes and others just realizing the new requirements will apply to them. October 19, 2011
Who Really Does Your Audit?
A PCAOB rule would let everyone know the answer. October 12, 2011
Are ETFs Hurting Your Stock?
A boon to investors, exchange-traded funds may dampen demand for small-cap shares and pose systemic risks. October 7, 2011
When Your Compliance Program Fails
The steps to take when an employee comes forward with a fraud tip, whether the allegations are false or not. October 4, 2011
Is the SEC Being "Set Up to Fail"?
A bill would raise the threshold for how the securities regulator sets rules. October 1, 2011