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  • What's Wrong with the Kids?

    Coping with the newest generation in finance requires tact, patience — and restraint. February 1, 2008

  • WorldCom Whistle-blower Cynthia Cooper

    What she was feeling and thinking as she took the steps that, as it turned out, would change Corporate America. February 1, 2008

  • Big Four Stems Exodus to Smaller Auditors

    The stream of companies switching from Big Four auditors to smaller firms slowed by 40 percent in 2007. January 31, 2008

  • How to Nab the Rogues: 10 Fraud Tips

    Why the risk of wrongdoing has migrated from senior executives to middle management — and what to do about it. January 30, 2008

  • Paying More for 404

    A recent study on the costs of Section 404 compliance for small companies was woefully understated, observers agree. January 29, 2008

  • Sarbox Stings Small Biz, but How Much?

    RAND Corp. study shows "empirical evidence" of steeper relative costs, stock impact, and flight from public markets after 404, but calls the findings "qualified." January 29, 2008

  • Screw-up? True-up? Restatements Explained

    Auditor reports will now say whether a company restatement is the result of an error or simply a change in accounting, thanks to a new rule approved today. January 29, 2008

  • How to Ax Your Auditor

    Jack Henrie has switched auditors eight times during his 18-year finance career. Asked how to do it, he has one word: "Del-i-cate-ly." January 28, 2008

  • Audit's Cautious Watchdogs

    Sarbox unleashes audit committees to guard auditor dealings, but it's tough to growl while being management's best friend. January 28, 2008

  • Top 10 Ways to Cut Your Audit Bill

    Our list ranges from beefing up internal audit to avoiding posh steakhouses for those working lunches. January 24, 2008

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