The SEC is investigating any attempts by companies to muzzle would-be whistleblowers, including requiring them to forgo Dodd-Frank bounties.
The CFO of Achieve Financial Credit Union had a fake bomb strapped to his chest during an attempted armed robbery of the financial institution.
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.
The SEC and the Ontario Securities Commission are looking into trades made after a report of a possible Blackberry takeover by Samsung.
The finance staffer worked with an insider trading ring that generated nearly $750,000 in illegal profits.
A jury's finding allows the SEC to pursue civil actions against BBX Capital and its chairman, Alan Levan.
Bruker Corp.'s Chinese offices entered into sham ‘collaboration agreements’ to direct money to foreign officials and send them on trips.
The SEC alleges that Cornerstone Homestones sold investors unsecured notes and then failed to disclose it was investing the proceeds in stocks.
The new FASB revenue recognition standard means increased focus from auditors and likely unwanted attention from the SEC.