An appeals court ordered a new trial for the CFO and CEO of the surgical device maker. Both are serving prison terms.
The mortgage lender was charged over its valuation of billions of dollars in mortgage servicing rights.
Critics said the rule added confusion to banks' earnings statements and distorted their financial performance.
The SEC says Atlantic Asset Management failed to disclose its investment of more than $43 million in tribal bonds would benefit insiders.
A provision slipped into the $1.1 trillion spending bill would bar the SEC from forcing public companies to disclose their campaign contributions.
A proposed rule would require oil, gas, and mining companies to disclose payments made to the U.S. and foreign governments to help develop resources.
The SEC alleges CPA Peter Messineo owned stakes in companies that the firm he worked for was auditing.
But Mary Jo White cautions that recent PCAOB inspections have found "significant deficiencies" and audit committees may be taking on too much work.
FASB wants to narrow the definition of a business, making it easier for companies to report that they’re merely acquiring an asset.