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When a tax on consumption is a “distinct percentage add-on,” U.S. consumers tend to pay little attention, say researchers.
Small publicly held companies pay more than $5,000 in audit fees (on average) for every $1 million in revenue, finds Audit Analytics.
The auditor helped Lehman Brothers’ balance sheet appear healthier and less risk-laden than it actually was, charged the New York attorney general.
Ingredion’s Jack Fortnum juggles customer contract models, pricing strategies, currency instability, and working capital controls.
Groups say loopholes in securities laws allow activist investors to secretly buy large stakes in companies before initiating hostile takeovers.