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2003-06-30

SOX Changes Everything

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) creates personal liability for public and private companies and their executives.

2003-06-30

Sarboxing

CFOs say complying with Section 404 of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) is a real tussle.

2003-06-25

OSHA National News Release

OSHA has published an interim FINAL RULE on Whistleblower procedures.

2003-06-23

Blowing The Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Whistle

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act included a groundbreaking provision protecting employees who blow the whistle on corporate fraud.

2003-06-23

Latest Survey Shows That Little Ethics Training for Boards

The Conference Board Ethics Conference in NY participated in the survey.

2003-06-23

Ex-TV Guide Execs Hit With Fraud Charges

The SEC alleges former CEO,CFO, artificially boosted revenue to deceive outside auditors.

2003-06-20

Sec. 404 of SOX Compliance Jacking Up Audit Fees

Compliance will cost public companies an average of 35 percent more in audit fees.

2003-06-19

Martha Stewart Has Trail Date for January 12, 2004

The date was set by U.S.District Judge Miriam Cedarbaum at a court hearing held today.

2003-06-19

SEC Takes Aim at Companies That Retaliate Against Analysts

The SEC is taking aim at corporations that retaliate against analysts who issue negative stock recommendations.

2003-06-19

House Approves Measure To Speed Staffing of SEC

Legislation approved unanimously to speed hiring of accountants and other key personnel at the SEC.

2003-06-19

Brother of Cree Chairman Files Suit Alleging Securities Fraud

Eric Hunter filed a lawsuit against Cree Inc. and his brother, Chairman F.Neal Hunter, alleging securities violations.

2003-06-18

Coke Under The Microscope

The No.1 soft drink company is under fire following allegations of fraud from a former employee.

2003-06-17

Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance - Not Over Yet for Publicly Traded Companies

If you work for a public company most have implemented changes for round one, now companies need to get ready for round two.

2003-06-17

Former Rite Aid CEO Next To Plea?

Martin Grass is scheduled to plead guilty today in Harrisburg, Pa, before U.S. District Judge Sylvia Rambo.

2003-06-17

SEC May Dump Indemnity Insurance Policy

The SEC is considering making settlers pay own fines, admit guilt.

2003-06-17

Former Peregrine VP Pleads Guilty To Securities Fraud

Steven S. Spitzer pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge, making him the second executive from Peregrine to do so.

2003-06-16

SEC Looking at Shareholder Proxy Rights

Should shareholders have a greater say about who sits on corporate boards?

2003-06-13

Dynegy Former Execs Charged With Fraud

Three former Dynegy execs were charged with conspiracy and fraud.

2003-06-11

Freddie Mac - Terminates President and COO David Glenn

Glenn was terminated due to his uncooperation and candor with the Audit Committee counsel.

2003-06-11

Reports Detail Intimidation By Top WorldCom Executives

The record collapse of Worldcom was marked by top executives who browbeat underlings for questioning their authority.

2003-06-10

Waksal Gets 7-Plus Years

Former ImClone chief is the first ex-CEO sentenced to jail.

2003-06-07

SEC: Barbecue Firm Caught Cooking The Books

Daidomon Group Plc was accused by the SEC of overstating income.

2003-06-07

Comtrex Files To Deregister Its Common Stock With The SEC

After analysis of expected cost and time Comtrex believes it will be better as a private company.

2003-06-06

New SEC Chief Plans To Reform Market But First, He Must Do Repair Work

Donaldson wants to shape the agency into a nimbler organization.

2003-06-06

With The Passing of Sarbanes-Oxley Audits May Never Be The Same

PCAOB plans to replace peer review with government inspections.

2003-06-04

Give Us Disclosure, Not Audits

The Sarbanes-Oxlet Act was crafted in haste and under political pressure, and it shows.

2003-06-02

Two Masters? Company Audit-Committee Boards Get Tough

In the wake of Sarbanes-Oxley, CFOs must now contend with more inquisitive directors.

2003-06-02

New Dreier-Eshoo Bill Would Prevent Expensing of Stock Options

Congress is at it again - a bill that would temporarily prohibit companies from expensing employee stock options gets airing this week.


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