Fraud Prevention Firm’s Ex-CEO Charged With Fraud
Adam Rogas, a co-founder of NS8, was "the proverbial fox guarding the henhouse," a prosecutor says in announcing his arrest.
Luckin Coffee Crashes After Company Admits COO ‘Fabricated Transactions’
Those involved in the scheme allegedly fabricated $310 million in total sales and inflated certain costs and expenses.
Do Clawback Policies Accomplish Their Desired Purpose?
They may, but new research surprisingly suggests that clawbacks may also prompt managers to drive down their companies' effective tax rates.
Bridging the Gaps in GAAP
Here are eight critical considerations for combating the creativity crisis in accounting.
Are Women CFOs Less Prone to Financial Misreporting?
In a study of thousands of U.S. companies over 11 years, those with female CFOs were much less likely to file financial reports containing misstatements.
Why Terminating a Pension Plan May Be Unaffordable
Not only is it expensive to buy annuities to fund existing retiree benefits, but financial statement issues also may stymie plan terminations.
Private Companies: Beware of SEC Scrutiny
The Securities and Exchange Commission is bringing case after case charging private companies and their executives with fraud.
Investors Overreact to Restatements in the Short Term
Share prices fall unrealistically low around the time of restatement announcements but then show abnormal positive returns over the longer term.
AICPA Issues New Benefit Plan Audit Rules
The institute has been seeking to improve the quality of plan audits since a critical government report in 2015.
Internal Controls Violations in Cyber-Fraud Cases?
The SEC takes the position that public companies must assess and calibrate internal accounting controls for the risk of cyber frauds.
SEC Intensifies Focus on Non-GAAP Metrics
While the number of comment letters the commission sends to filers has waned drastically, the proportion of letters focused on non-GAAP metrics has shot up.