Your favorite newspapers, magazines and blogs are so
hungry for content to fill their pages that sometimes, rather than paying their
own writers to produce text, video, and other journalism those publications
take money from strangers to print their...
The issue of tax avoidance by corporations is a hot one.
In the US and in the UK, legislators and pundits seeking "tax justice" have
changed the discussion from one of tax breaks that stimulate "jobs and growth"
to one of tax fairness...
When HP announced its intention to acquire Autonomy, the
British data analysis firm now mired
in accusations of serious fraud , Deloitte probably shed some enormous tears
of joy. Deloitte was more than happy, I'm sure, to rid itself of the Autonomy...
I taped an episode of the Keiser Report last week while in New York. The focus was
Jamie Dimon with a bit of MF Global thrown in for heat. Max Keiser, the host,
asked me, "Why does Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan still have a job?"
Hard to say...
warned at re: The Auditors in July that the U.S. Securities and
Exchange Commission and the audit regulator, the PCAOB, were publicly ignoring
more important implications of their restricted access to Chinese
auditors than the delisting of Chinese...
If we do not act, boldly and immediately, we will replay
the depression of the 1930s, only this time it will be far, far worse. We don't
do this now, we won't have an economy on Monday.
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, "Too Big To
Last week I posted a column at Forbes: Already Behind The Eight-Ball: Auditors of Broker-Dealers Are A
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, the US
audit industry regulator, issued its
first report on the auditors of broker-dealers...