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Qualcomm Tried to Influence Chinese Officials: SEC
Qualcomm "went to extraordinary lengths" to get officials at government-owned telecom companies to buy its products, according to an SEC settlement.
Real Estate Developer Accused of Insider Trading
The SEC charges an Atlanta real-estate developer with trading in Radiant Systems stock prior to the merger with NCR.
Instruments Maker Paid Off China Officials: SEC
Bruker Corp.'s Chinese offices entered into sham ‘collaboration agreements’ to direct money to foreign officials and send them on trips.
Auditor Fined for Violating Partner Rotation Law
The case is part of the SEC’s Operation Broken Gate, designed to identify auditors who violate professional standards.
KPMG Settles SEC Auditor Independence Charges
From 2007 through 2011, KPMG allegedly misrepresented its independence from corporate clients.
Top Five Spinoff Worries Beyond Taxes
Before a business or a division can be spun off, both its assets and liabilities must be separated from the parent.