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January 19, 2009
Satyam Overlooked Oversight
No one can stop a cheat from committing a crime. But the fraud at Satyam went undetected for five years, suggesting that governance failures bear some blame.
Volcker Calls for New Look at Fair Value
Feds Bail Out Chrysler Financial
A Battering for Well-known Brands
KPMG UK Offers Staff a Four-day Week
How to Fix Finance
Growing Insecurities
Jobs: Body Count Piles Up
In Silence, a Golden Opportunity
Default Watch: Three’s Not a Charm
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Where Top Finance Minds Meet
How are your peers managing through this crisis? What actions do experts recommend? How will accounting and regulation change? Find the answers at CFO Rising, March 8-11 in Orlando, Fla. Click here for more information. To watch interviews with speakers at the last Rising conference, click here.
Top Obama Advisers Clash on Global Accounting Standards
With Paul Volcker delivering a strong endorsement of International Financial Reporting Standards, the nominee for SEC chair, Mary Schapiro, testifies that she has concerns about the IFRS timeline.
January 15, 2009
How to Limit Your Outsourcing Risk
Experts offer advice as companies around the world reel from the scandal at India-based Satyam. High on the list for CFOs: paying careful attention before hiring a service provider.
January 15, 2009
GAO: Fix Our Broken Regulatory System
The Government Accountability Office compiles a history of regulatory failures and proffers some general suggestions on how to fix them.
January 12, 2009
Offshoring's Uncertain Future in 2009
Outsourcers insist their business will continue to grow even as the industry deals with a major scandal. Another problem: some of the industry's biggest customers — financial services firms — are hurting.
January 8, 2009
Data-Tagging: New Push for a Global Standard
International rulemakers release a "nearly" final version of their XBRL tool, and many see it as a major step toward IFRS.
January 12, 2009
One of Many Issues: Does Satyam Have Enough Cash?
Scandal-ridden computer-services outsourcer, now turning to KPMG and Deloitte for restatement help, will find it nearly impossible to borrow more until financial results get a clean bill of health.
January 14, 2009
Why Employees Are Like Napkins...
...and other observations from finance-savvy HR experts about the difficult job of downsizing.
January 15, 2009
The Human Side of IFRS
Learning international accounting standards early on could provide a career boost like no other.
January 13, 2009
Mary Schapiro Vows to Be Tough Enforcer
At Senate hearings on her nomination as SEC chief, she says she'd immediately attack problems in the U.S. regulatory system and "reinvigorate" the enforcement staff. She may also slow down the IFRS roadmap.
January 15, 2009
Straight from the Students' Mouths
Accountants-in-training share perceptions about their education, the business world, their career prospects, and their mixed feelings about landing a job at a Big Four firm.
January 9, 2009
Swapping Multiple Properties Can Nix Tax Play
Many companies rely on the 1031 rule to avoid triggering taxable gains until there is a sale. But a new private letter ruling from the IRS may make it virtually impossible to hold on to the full tax benefit when exchanging multiple properties.
January 12, 2009
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending January 16
Pioneer Drilling, Camco, Schiller International, Hudson, Stockhouse, Bazaarvoice, RMT, Village Farms, Barnes, Columbia Sportswear, Northern Rock, Iberdrola, KBC, Barratt, Aegon, Blue Oar, Rightmove, Scandinavian Property Development
January 15, 2009
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