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Searching for Missing Supply-Chain Links
Not yet in effect, a new SEC rule has some companies bearing down on their suppliers for contractual changes and others just realizing the new requirements will apply to them. October 19, 2011
Chipping Away at Ratings Reform
The SEC makes some progress on stripping out references to the credit-rating agencies in its own rules. July 27, 2011
Auditors' Somewhat Raised Confidence
The number of going-concern qualifications has fallen by 4%, estimates Audit Analytics. July 25, 2011
Sources of Misery
A controversial new rule requires companies to peer deep into their supply chains to see if they are unwittingly supporting violence in Africa. July 15, 2011
How Many Investors Is Too Many?
The SEC is reconsidering the 500-shareholder threshold for when private companies must publicly disclose financial information. May 17, 2011
At BP, the Cleanup Continues
The oil giant can't shake its crisis-mode status, as its annual meeting showed Thursday. April 14, 2011
Will New Rules Nudge Up 401(k) Costs?
A proposed law could trigger pass-through costs from plan providers to sponsors. February 18, 2011
Does the SEC Care if You're Green?
The regulator has made few comments in the past year about companies' disclosures of climate-change risk. January 24, 2011
18,000 Tagging Errors in XBRL Filings So Far
But that's better than expected, say the SEC and XBRL US. October 12, 2010
Short-Term Debt Rule Sheds Light on SEC, Too
Unanimous vote shows a get-tough approach to abuses that made the financial crisis worse. September 23, 2010