The investigation concerns the accounting treatment of certain transactions in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the United States.
A Florida developer overstated earnings by failing in its impariment testing of real estate assets.
The rare move to ban Thomas Neely from working at a bank resolves charges that he misled bank examiners.
The Democratic leader for the White House and the GOP's Bush have both spent nearly 90% of what they raised in the third quarter.
Counterintuitively, corrections of misreported financials actually prompt peers to imitate the misreporting, a study finds.
SEC filers paid external auditors an average of $1.5 million in 2014, with the median fee coming in at $402,812.
Former CFO Arthur Knapp agrees to pay $130,000 to settle charges he failed to prevent the misclassification of sales discounts.
The final package of base erosion and profit-shifting measures includes new minimum standards on country-by-country reporting.
Juggling of products and services segments is designed to emphasize the company's mobile and cloud businesses.