The Grant Thornton CEO tells Accounting Today he doesn't have any "inside information"; you're just going to have to trust him.
The financial gumshoes at the SEC have closed their investigation of Overstock.com and have concluded that no enforcement action is necessary. Naturally, former Arkham Asylum resident and current Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne sees this as a vindication:
There probably aren't too many audit opinions of JMA floating around out there, but if you happen to see one, see if you can get a second opinion:
One-man C-suite Michael Koss and the company that bears his name settled with the SEC today, according to a Commision litigation release.
Ah the Volcker Rule... an allegedly sublime piece of legislation that keeps the Goldman rats from doing things like betting against clients and raking in an extra million a day.
The overlords at the SEC have spoken and sweet Jesus in a manger, they like letters behind a name.
Bryan N. Polozola simply misremembered that he took that exact amount of money from a old employer. Problem is, he misremembered with the SEC.
PCAOB Chairman James Doty shot the breeze with the SEC for awhile today, speaking about, among other things, how the Board would handle this boatload of Chinese filers who don't seem to know their asses from their elbows when it comes to accounting...
This far from being Notre Dame's Jerry Sandusky moment but it still has to hurt.