In a multiyear scheme, the law firm's CFO and other executives falsified accounting entries to conceal a cash-flow shortfall, Manhattan prosecutors allege.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board is making loose, misleading statements about the quality of public company audits.
The Securities and Exchange Commission says whistleblowers who report internally are protected against employee retaliation.
Catherine Lesjak’s objections to the ill-advised acquisition of a British software firm may prove prophetic for HP.
With deliberations on tap for March 5, a decision in favor of the oil-services giant could lower corporate class-action risk exposures considerably.
State banking regulator says virtual currency licenses would prevent misconduct but not derail the fledgling technology.
Novel and more accessible forms of information from government and private sources represent a new and rapidly growing piece of the big-data puzzle.
There's a wave of support behind patent reform bills in Congress, but some say the changes could hurt small firms and inventors.
Charged by the SEC with fraud and earnings management along with his former boss and company, the ex-CFO of Diamond Foods is going to court.
Governments increasingly are expecting financial institutions to defend the front lines in the war against money laundering and terrorism.
But CFOs have felt that auditor reports shouldn’t say more than that their companies’ financials were reported fairly.