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2005-11-23

Two Companies Restate

Johnson Controls wrestles with deconsolidating a joint venture; Ameritrade reexamines prepaid variable forward contracts.

2005-11-22

Ex-HealthSouth Finance Exec Found Guilty

Onetime chief financial officer Weston Smith testified that 'Sonny' Crumpler identified outpatient facilities where improper accounting could be concealed.

2005-11-22

Feds Charge Former CFO Accused of Embezzlement

Jonathan Nelson, the former finance chief of Patterson-UTI Energy Inc., now faces criminal charges.

2005-11-17

Sarbox Study: Tax Execs Get More Respect

Management is more likely to provide additional tax department resources.

2005-11-14

GAO Finds Serious Flaws in IRS Controls

The service reportedly did not provide "reasonable assurance" that losses, misstatements, and noncompliance could be prevented or found out in sufficient time.

2005-11-14

Former Refco CEO Indicted

Meanwhile, Refco sells its assets to Man Financial for $282 million.

2005-11-07

SEC Loses Another Key Accountant

The man who led the effort to implement Section 404 is following on the heels of his former boss, Donald Nicolaisen.

2005-11-07

Finance Salaries Seen Surging in 2006

Starting salaries for people involved with corporate-governance initiatives

2005-11-04

Ex-Andersen Auditors of Enron Cited

The Texas accounting board is trying to take disciplinary action against seven former Arthur Andersen accountants for their role in the collapse of Enron.

2005-11-04

Ex-CFO Settles SEC Fraud Charges

According to the SEC, the former health-care finance chief made bogus manual journal entries that overstated the value of numerous assets and operating income and understated liabilities.

2005-11-03

SEC Charges Seven in Ahold Fraud

'The use of third-party confirmations is an important part of the audit process, and the commission will hold accountable those who work to subvert it,' maintains the commission.

2005-11-03

Qwest to Settle Claims for $400 Million

The agreement would dismiss all claims against Qwest and individual defendants except former chief executive officer Joseph Nacchio and former chief financial officer Robert Woodruff.

2005-11-03

Deloitte, Others Oppose Accelerated Filing

Chief accountants say rush to file could result in more errors.


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