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  • Fraud Case Casts Doubt over Sarbox Exemption

    An alleged $31 million fraud could quash claims that internal-controls checks don't matter. February 1, 2010

  • SEC Comes Clean on Climate Disclosures

    The regulator is preparing to release guidance on how companies should reveal their climate-change risks. January 27, 2010

  • The IFRS-IT Connection

    As Canada prepares to adopt international accounting standards in 2011, accounting concerns share center stage with technology issues. January 27, 2010

  • Wells Fargo Is Chastised for SILO Deals

    Wells Fargo's refund claim on 26 leveraged lease deals did not pass muster in tax court, and the company was "condemned" for having the audacity to go forward with such abusive shelters. January 25, 2010

  • Truth and No Consequences

    The SEC hopes new cooperation agreements will entice fraud witnesses to come forward. January 14, 2010

  • Could New Regs Bring More Lawsuits?

    Proposed regulatory reforms in Congress could reverse the recent dip in securities class-action filings. January 11, 2010

  • Fraud Case Feeds Sarbox-Exemption Critics

    Could an alleged $31 million fraud at a company that reported $38 million in sales last year quash claims that internal-controls checks don't matter? January 7, 2010

  • Best of 2009: Tax

    In a year when corporate profits took a beating, Congress and the IRS provided tax relief for companies with reported net operating losses. January 6, 2010

  • Best of 2009: Regulation

    As regulators spent the year operating in flux, we kept tabs on their top corporate-finance concerns. January 4, 2010

  • Best of 2009: Employee Benefits

    Cost-cutting was the name of the game in 2009, with some basic benefits scaled back or even slashed. December 31, 2009

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