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  • A Wild Whistle-blower Showdown Is in the Offing

    In a much-watched federal appeals case, lawyers for and against fired Cardinal Bankshares CFO David Welch will focus on what's needed to win Sarbox protection — and on why exposing GAAP violations didn't help his cause. November 8, 2007

  • California Overtime Suits Hit Two of Big Four

    Lawsuits claiming that white-collar workers in the Golden State are eligible for overtime pay will dog PwC and Deloitte into next year. October 26, 2007

  • For Love or Money

    Regulating romance in the boardroom. October 1, 2007

  • PCAOB Audit Gives Crowe Chizek Higher Marks

    Its latest inspection of the second-tier firm found far fewer deficiencies than those reported at the Big Four. October 1, 2007

  • GAO Wants Inflation-Adjusted Bite in Tax Penalties

    Accountability investigators say Congress could increase the deterrent for late-filing companies and other abusers, while boosting revenues. September 24, 2007

  • COSO Needs a Cookbook

    The standards-setter comes out with guidance on how finance execs can monitor internal controls. What's lacking? Practical detail. September 18, 2007

  • One for Three

    Should governance, risk management, and compliance be tackled as one problem, or is this a classic case of scope creep? September 1, 2007

  • Thank You for Smoking

    The tobacco industry, the most vilified sector in the world, is in rude health. September 1, 2007

  • Chilling Thoughts

    A new study compares companies here and abroad, and concludes that Sarbanes-Oxley appears to have put a damper on risk-taking by U.S. firms. August 8, 2007

  • J-SOX Nation

    CFOs and controllers at U.S. subsidiaries of Japanese firms begin implementing the Japanese version of Sarbanes-Oxley. June 22, 2007

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