The outmoded U.S. proxy voting system imposes barriers that make it more difficult for companies to engage directly with their equity investors.
Does audit firms’ emphasis on data analytics mean that audits themselves are suffering?
Although the crowdfunding site plans to tap nonaccredited investors when regulators allow it, one of its customers questions the wisdom of doing so.
An insurance industry lobbyist blames delays in renewing a federal backstop for corporate terrorism insurance on Tea Party and libertarian legislators.
Cisco Systems and Juniper Networks have issued customer alerts saying that some of their routers and switches contain the OpenSSL security flaw.
America’s huge mortgage-market distortions seem likely to endure.
Corporate investigator Bo Dietl talks about working for Jordan Belfort, and why fraud won’t go away.
But one audit committee chair knows how to get a fuller picture from internal auditors.
The enforcement action is another sign of increased scrutiny of corporate accounting by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Analytical models from academia and the SEC could help expose everything from poor-quality earnings to outright fraud.
GlaxoSmithKline’s unfolding bribery scandal is an object lesson in how a direct hit to its reputation can devastate a company’s finances.