Vincent Mehdizadeh allegedly used the proceeds from illegal stock sales to inflate the revenue of his marijuana vending machine company.
The SEC says Desarrolladora Homex faked sales of more than 100,000 homes, on many of which it had not even broken ground.
The iconic toy store eliminated close to 15% of corporate employee positions, or an estimated 250 jobs.
Jeffrey Eberwein and Charles Gillman allegedly failed to properly disclose material information about their activist efforts involving five companies.
Companies would have to disclose the makeup of their inventory and the reasons for unusual changes in it.
The analytics company was delisted from the Nasdaq exchange after failing to submit SEC filings for almost a year.
Only human beings, such as the auditor, can tell the true story behind the data.
Overseas Shipholding Group and its ex-CFO allegedly failed to recognize $512 million in tax liabilities over a 12-year period.
A defect in GM's internal controls allegedly prevented its accountants from learning about a safety issue for 18 months.
Cybersecurity is no longer seen as a technology risk but rather as a business-critical financial risk.