The fund manager sold investors on pre-IPO shares of Twitter and Uber, but couldn't deliver the promised shares and profits.
Shareholder Standard General has the lead bid, and a bankruptcy court has approved its use of "credit-bidding" to buy some of RadioShack's stores.
Caught between the need to serve clients and the requirement to be skeptical of them, auditors may stint on audit quality.
Under the “clawback” provision of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, executives can return to the company and its shareholders money earned during a fraud.
With the GOP now in control of both the House and the Senate, Sen. Rand Paul re-introduced legislation to audit Fed monetary policy.
The paperwork error, which unsecured a secured loan to General Motors, wasn't spotted until GM filed for bankruptcy in 2009.
BP reportedly acted with "simple negligence" rather than gross negligence, a judge ruled.
Finance executives can be liable for unpaid business taxes and need to put controls in place to ensure that such taxes are properly paid.
Bills under consideration in Congress’s final weeks could ease state tax burdens—or create new ones.
MPHJ Technology settled with the FTC for sending letters to more than 16,000 companies, claiming they had violated a patent for network scanning…