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2014/09/02 15:44
2014/09/02 15:44
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Arthur Andersen, the former Big Five firm that collapsed over a decade ago in the wake of the Enron and WorldCom scandals, has been revived by a group of former Andersen partners who have changed the...
2014/09/02 15:44
2014/09/02 15:44
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2014/09/02 11:39
2014/09/02 11:39
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What's In A Name? Former Arthur Andersen Employees Spell It Out Arthur Andersen is back. Or at least the old accounting firm's name will be, for the first time since its association with accounting...
2014/09/01 17:59
2014/09/01 17:59
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The first book in the trilogy tracing the evolution of money took us through the era when anything and everything was treated as money in some or the other part of the world. From salt, to dried cod,...
2014/08/31 21:43
2014/08/31 21:43
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Washington has missed a trick with rating agency reform. On Wednesday, the US Securities and Exchange Commission finally approved new rules for judging the riskiness of asset-backed bonds. Some are...
2014/08/24 12:48
2014/08/24 12:48
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Every company maneuvers the numbers to a certain extent to achieve budgets and get bonuses. This is nothing new. But sometimes companies take the fact-fudging too far. Factors such as greed,...
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2014/08/20 01:56
2014/08/20 01:56
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... we know it's not going to go down because they are about launch a gold backed Yuan and dump all their UST's..... Chinee love us good. Boom Boom long time. Maybe that 20% premium reflects the...
2014/08/18 22:35
2014/08/18 22:35
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The consultation states (para 2.2) that "Looking ahead 10 -15 years in the communications space is challenging if not near impossible." It then proceeds to do so, with scenarios that are alrady out of...
2014/08/16 14:42
2014/08/16 14:42
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Head of Grant & Eisenhofer's Washington office and whistleblower practice, and Senior Fellow and Adjunct Professor at Emory Law School. Can a corporation really investigate its own behavior? Do...
2014/08/15 09:48
2014/08/15 09:48
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The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, commonly referred to as SOX, is a federal law enacted by Congress in response to massive corporate and accounting fraud in the early 2000s. Investors from major...
2014/08/12 23:48
2014/08/12 23:48
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It is unfortunate, but words often associated with money and fortune are "cheat," "steal" and "lie." Who among us hasn't "accidentally" taken two $500 bills from the Monopoly bank, or forgotten at...
2014/08/12 11:41
2014/08/12 11:41
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Improvements in financial reporting that stemmed from the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act, or SOX, in the wake of Enron and other corporate scandals, have led to a major decrease in accounting mistakes at...
2014/08/09 13:18
2014/08/09 13:18
24d
Warren Bennis was the world's most important thinker on the subject that business leaders care about more than any other: themselves. When he started writing about leadership in the 1950s the subject...
2014/08/08 23:50
2014/08/08 23:50
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Describe the accounting problems Penn West Petroleum Ltd. disclosed last week to those who follow financial shenanigans, and one name quickly comes up: WorldCom. It is not, it should be said, because...
2014/08/07 00:28
2014/08/07 00:28
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FBI whistle-blower Coleen Rowley accused the bureau of hindering efforts to investigate a suspected terrorist that could have disrupted plans for the September 11, 2001, terror attacks. In 2002 she...
2014/08/06 17:17
2014/08/06 17:17
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Why do companies exist? The traditional view is to make shareholders rich. But those running startups know that they have no hope of getting there unless they can attract great talent. And the best...
2014/09/02 15:44
2014/09/02 15:44
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