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SEC Charges Former Citi CFO
Gary Crittenden, the Citigroup CFO who steered the company through the financial crisis, is charged by the SEC with misleading investors. July 30, 2010
Paid to Whistle
The newly signed financial-reform law substantially raises the potential rewards for whistle-blowing. Will a flood of new claims result? July 23, 2010
Internal Audit's Say on Pay
Plenty of groups are looking harder at executive compensation. Is your internal audit department one of them? July 22, 2010
PCAOB Ups Auditors' Double-Checking Duties
A proposed rule would expand the types of accounts that audit firms need to verify with a third party. July 16, 2010
Major Accounting Changes: When Will They Hit?
Standard-setters recently reshuffled their priority list for accounting convergence. Here's the new schedule. July 13, 2010
To 404(b), or Not to 404(b)?
Small companies will soon learn whether they will have to comply with Sarbox's requirement to get an auditor's sign-off on internal controls. July 12, 2010
Living Like It's 1931
Law professor Frank Partnoy questions whether the regulatory reform bill under debate in Congress will be enough to move the economy toward prosperity. June 17, 2010
Tax Sticklers, Not Schemers
A new survey finds that financial executives are more concerned with getting the right answer on tax issues than reducing the corporate tax bill. May 26, 2010
How Much Should Workers Know?
A Department of Labor proposal to educate employees on their rights could open up companies' classification decisions to scrutiny by workers and the courts. May 21, 2010
The SEC Has a Few Questions for You
Receiving a comment letter is no cause for panic, particularly if you know what to expect. May 1, 2010