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SEC votes to expand clawbacks of executive bonuses
American companies forced to correct accounting failures would have to reclaim a portion of bonuses awarded to corporate bosses under a rule set to be proposed Wednesday by the Securities and Exchange...
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The Bush Family Goes "All In" For Number Three (W...
Submitted by Nomi Prins via TomDispatch.com, Money, they say, makes the world go round. So how’s $10 billion for you? That’s a top-end estimate for the record-breaking spending in this 1%...
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Wall Street is all in for Jeb! Enron, Goldman Sac...
This piece originally appeared on [This piece has been adapted and updated by Nomi Prins from her book All the Presidents' Bankers: The Hidden Alliances That Drive American Power, recently out in...
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10 careers with the most psychopaths per capita
This article originally appeared on Are you a psychopath? Happens to the best of us. James Fallon, a neuroscientist studying Alzheimer’s effects on the brain, accidentally discovered that he was a...
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Veritas CEO Anthony Scilipoti’s lonely quest for ...
As a forensic accountant, Anthony Scilipoti instinctively looks to the paper trail. He hunches over a receipt, which lacks a crucial piece of information. “It’s killing me,” he confides. Twisting a...
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Hertz group makes largest acquisition in firm’s h...
By TED CARTER Hertz Investment Group, which has become the dominant landlord in Jackson’s Central Business District, has completed a $417 million acquisition that gives it ownership of a half dozen...
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Laws intended to stop corporate fraud are being u...
An acquaintance of the Boston Bombers, Khairullozhon Matanov, was prosecuted for destroying digital ‘documents’ relevant to an investigation. Khairullozhon Matanov, 24, says he had dinner with...
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Louisiana CEOs get larger compensation gains than...
The heads of Louisiana’s publicly traded companies enjoyed much larger increases — about 35 percent on average — in their 2014 compensation packages than their U.S. counterparts. “What we’ve been...
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Taiwan wearable device makers shift production fo...
Taiwan wearable device makers shift production focus to smartwatches Daniel Shen, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 3 June 2015] Taiwan-based wearable device makers, including Mitac...
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Look For These Red Flags In The Income Statement
While Enron has become the poster child for blatant financial statement fraud, other companies have also been known to fudge their numbers. The income statement is one of a company’s major financial...
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Steve Case: Get ready, the Internet is about to c...
An employee walks by a large banner displaying the AOL logo at AOL headquarters in Dulles, Va., in 2010. (Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post) I don’t recall exactly what was going through my mind that...
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Addressing internal controls for small nonprofit,...
Large corporations and many other profit-making businesses are required to have internal accounting controls. The law also mandates that companies must hire independent auditors to determine whether...
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