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  • Can Textron Keep Its Secrets?

    This summer, Textron's tug-of-war with the IRS over tax accrual work papers will head to the U.S. Court of Appeals. The decision could determine what company's are allowed to keep private. April 23, 2008

  • For the PCAOB, It's "Independence Day"

    New rule changes are designed to define terms and reduce conflicts of interest among auditors. April 22, 2008

  • PCAOB Pings Grant Thornton on Lax Testing

    In its latest inspection report on the second-tier firm, the auditor watchdog notes several instances of insufficient probing. April 15, 2008

  • PCAOB's Gradison: Let's Get Cracking on Convergence

    A board member for the audit-firm watchdog pushes for the commingling of U.S. and international auditing standards. April 11, 2008

  • What Price Fair Value Assumptions?

    FAS 157 is making auditors and investors eager to find out more about your company's third-party pricing data. April 10, 2008

  • Audit-Rules Convergence Plays Catch-Up

    Settling on a single set of auditing standards worldwide gets a lot less attention than the commingling of accounting standards, but is gaining ground. April 8, 2008

  • Split Decision

    The state of the audit/non-audit fee debate. April 7, 2008

  • Charges vs. Ex-Andersen Auditor Dropped

    After two mistrials, he and a former accounting manager for Peregrine Systems are off the hook for alleged securities fraud. April 2, 2008

  • Crunching the Words

    New software purports to give auditors clues as to when executives' public statements indicate that fraud may be at hand. April 1, 2008

  • The GAO's David Walker

    Why he decided he could spread the word about the government's fiscal maladies more effectively by moving to private life. April 1, 2008

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