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2005-02-28

Ex-Marsh Exec Admits to Bid Rigging

A third former executive admits to taking part in an insurance-industry fraud scheme.

2005-02-27

New Krispy Kreme Probe Begins

After spending part of last year under an SEC microscope, the doughnut company is once again the subject of a regulatory probe.

2005-02-27

Ex-Assistant-Controller Fingers Scrushy

A former HealthSouth accounting manager testifies against Richard Scrushy, adding to the growing list of finance officials who say the CEO knew about accounting fraud.

2005-02-27

CFO Whistleblower Reinstated by Court

An administrative law judge rules that the finance chief should get his job back, plus back pay and damages.

2005-02-27

Sarbox 404 roundtable

Slated for April 13

2005-02-27

Prison Time for Former Boeing CFO

Michael Sears will serve 4 months in prison followed by 2 yrs probation, and will pay a fine of $250,000.

2005-02-27

Bally Faces Criminal Investigation

The company fired two finance executives and stopped making severance payments to its former CFO and CEO.

2005-02-17

Continental Cuts Comp for Execs, Board

Continental recognizes their increased responsibilities stemming from Sarbanes-Oxley.

2005-02-15

Grant Thornton Signing Big Four Clients

It picked up more than 1,000 new engagements from clients of the Big Four audit firms.

2005-02-11

Audit Fees Double Due to Sarbox

A hefty portion of is related to work mandated by Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404.

2005-02-09

SEC to Convene Sarbox 404 Roundtable

Smaller companies and foreign private issuers may get more time to comply with Section 404 of Sarbanes-Oxley, and a rare SEC roundtable will give all U.S. public companies the opportunity to speak their piece.

2005-02-08

U.K. Group Seeks 404 Delay

European executives have complained that even if their companies delist from U.S. exchanges, they are still likely to be saddled with Sarbanes-Oxley compliance costs.

2005-02-04

Toyota U.S. Unit Finds Accounting Errors

Timing of revenue and expense recognition is the matter at issue.

2005-02-03

Finders Keepers

The SEC is hearing new demands to make it easier for small companies to raise capital.

2005-02-02

Ceridian Warns of - Material Weakness

The company also announced that it will change its accounting treatment for its interest-rate and fuel-price derivative securities.

2005-02-01

Looking for Gaps

The latest generation of compliance software promises to do more to ease the burden of internal controls assessment.


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