The big oil-services company falsified books and records and violated internal accounting controls in Angola dealings, the SEC charges.
Such precision is more likely a bid to manage impressions of a company in the wake of failings than evidence of insight by company leaders, research…
David Humphrey allegedly used an SEC computer to make prohibited trades in options that generated more than $51,000 in illicit profits.
Excluding actions against delinquent filers, the SEC filed 299 cases in the first half of fiscal 2017 — virtually unchanged from the year-ago…
An employee at the accounting oversight board leaked news of upcoming inspections to a former PCAOB employee who'd moved to the audit firm.
Years after going to prison, disgraced CFOs try to make something good come from their crimes by telling finance executives how they went wrong.
Sens. Jack Reed and Chuck Grassley say the secrecy of board disciplinary proceedings is keeping critical information from investors.
And the Big 4 are ethically superior to smaller public accounting firms, new research finds.
A due diligence investigation firm reveals social media's role in some of its most salacious cases.
Altering an unwritten policy, the DOJ eases pressure on companies to fire executives involved in FCPA wrongdoing.