The case alleging two former senior partners failed to stop the alteration of documents "exemplifies the deep ethical rot in auditing today."
A key figure in the Znetix shareholder scam offers his take on how "good people can make bad choices" in a business setting.
The rate at which workers are reporting misconduct is on the rise, but so are the instances of companies retaliating against those who report.
Quarters when CEO equity awards vest coincide with corporate actions that pump up stock prices briefly while damaging the company's long-term value.
Corporations should exist for a greater purpose than maximizing value to shareholders — and executives.
Instead of debating whether to ban share repurchases, we should focus on how to exclude the impact of buybacks from executive compensation.
The SEC filed charges against a Massachusetts businessman for misusing investment funds intended for two pharmaceutical development companies.
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.