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  • Suddenly, Audit Reports Get Sexy

    Dull, uninformative audit reports have been part of the European accounting landscape for decades. Now international auditors will reveal a great deal more. June 27, 2012

  • Barclays Hit with Massive Fines for Rigging Derivatives

    The offenses have also cost chief executive Bob Diamond, CFO Chris Lucas, and other executive directors their annual bonuses – but not their jobs. June 27, 2012

  • NYSE's London Arm Digs up First Win

    English Channel tunnel operator Eurotunnel switches its U.K. share listing from the London Stock Exchange. June 27, 2012

  • Long-Term Fix Taking Priority in Euro Crisis

    Despite its global implications, the sovereign debt crisis is taking a back seat to European leaders' desire for a long-term road map for the currency union. June 26, 2012

  • Credit Rating Downgrades Pressure Global Banks

    Some of the largest financial institutions had their long-term credit ratings cut by Moody's, but the impact on their cost of funding is unclear. June 22, 2012

  • Credit Rating Downgrades Pressure Global Banks

    Some of the largest financial institutions had their long-term credit ratings cut by Moody–s, but the impact on their cost of funding is unclear. June 22, 2012

  • SEC Proposals Called Threat to Treasury Tool

    Senate Banking committee opponents of money-market reforms are concerned corporations could lose a crucial tool for cash management. June 22, 2012

  • The Imprecise World of Accounting

    Although you need math to make accounting work, you shouldn–t count on mathematically precise outcomes, the chairman of the International Accounting Standards Board contends. June 20, 2012

  • Human Error Triggers Rise in Catastrophe Cost

    The economic losses from natural disasters and other extreme events have dramatically increased in each of the past three decades. But industry and governments still fail to protect against catastrophic risks. June 19, 2012

  • U.S. Deal-Making Chills

    Except in select industry sectors, merger-and-acquisition activity in North America remained muted in May. June 16, 2012

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