ContinuityX Execs Charged With Faking Revenue
The CFO and CEO fabricated nearly all of the Internet services company's revenue using straw buyers and forged documents, says the SEC.
Shareholder Returns on Verge of Record
The numbers are still being totaled, but S&P 500 companies are estimated to have handed back almost $900 billion in cash to shareholders last year.
Corporates Not Yet Ready for Internal-Controls Prime Time
Most firms seem to be putting off implementation of the new COSO framework until next year.
M&A: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
Longtime equipment-financing executive Irv Rothman prefers not to grow through mergers and acquisitions. But he’s made the most of the opportunities such deals have afforded him.
Mergers under a Microscope?
A busy year for the Department of Justice, yes, but it probably does not signal a trend.
The Right Time and Space for a CFO
With $1.8 billion in financing and 250 dealers doubling as an R&spamp;D arm, Tom Fitzpatrick flies high while his employer's satellite-communications network flies low.