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  • SEC on Pay Disclosure: Less Conversation, More Analysis

    After reviewing the executive compensation disclosures of 350 companies, the commission says it still doesn't understand how businesses figure out their pay packages. October 9, 2007

  • Dell, Oracle Open Political Books

    With the 2008 election looming, activists expect more companies to adopt political-spending disclosure policies. September 28, 2007

  • Will the SEC Go Green?

    Pro-environment and investor groups are using accounting rules to push the SEC to get tough on companies that don't come clean about their pollution risks. September 19, 2007

  • Backdating: Are the Lawyers to Blame?

    A general counsel brought the idea of misdating stock option grants from one company to another, says the SEC. Could it have happened elsewhere? August 28, 2007

  • Spinout: Grand Theft Maker on Notice

    The SEC slaps video-game maker Take-Two Interactive with two Wells notices in connection with past stock-option-granting practices. August 17, 2007

  • Cox Defends XBRL to Senators

    The early adopters of the SEC's interactive data system will test the efficacy of the program when they file their 10-Qs next year, says the commission's chairman. July 31, 2007

  • VeriSign Restates; CFO Resigns

    Following the filing of restated financials to account for misdated stock-option grants, the finance chief of the Internet company resigns. July 13, 2007

  • Like Father, Like Son: SEC Charges Two with Backdating

    A stock-option scheme earned an ex-CEO and his son $9.2 million, according to the commission. July 12, 2007

  • SEC Throws Small Companies a Bone

    The commission proposes expanding the number of companies that can scale down its disclosure rules and exempting private companies from registering compensatory stock options. July 10, 2007

  • Indicted CFO: PwC Knew We Backdated

    A former finance chief says that because his company shared information with its audit firm about misdated option grants, the feds have no case against him. July 5, 2007

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