The Republican electoral wins pose an added threat to the tenure of PCAOB Chair James Doty.
A decline in accounting fraud has freed up time for SEC staff to prioritize internal controls over financial statements.
While revenue increased 23% year-over-year to $503.8 million, earnings fell well short of second-quarter expectations.
“We want to give investors the right handles to look at a balance sheet,” the board's chairman Hans Hoogervorst says.
A survey finds disclosure of information on key areas of external auditor oversight has more than doubled in the past two years.
Companies may use any "reasonable" measure to show how CEO pay compares to the median annual total compensation of other employees.
A study finds companies involved in financial misconduct deter whistleblowing by granting options to rank-and-file employees.
If Baruch Lev is right, the old models don’t work anymore.
The SEC says the firm ignored red flags in its auditing of Weatherford International despite designating the client as "particularly risky."
The bank allegedly misrepresented it had attracted $7.6 billion in new wealth management business to meet performance targets.