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Nathan J. Mueller’s fleecing of his employer is noteworthy because of the many years the embezzlement lasted, and the internal control weaknesses that made the scheme possible.
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IRS provides guidance for Sec. 6707 material adviser penalty
ASB issues SAS No. 129 to amend letters for underwriters auditing standard
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Restatements dropped after initial post-SOX surge, study shows
New IRS rules simplify compliance for money market fund shares
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High-functioning firms have leadership teams that assess situations, develop strategies, and make and execute decisions with relative ease, speed, and success.
The AICPA assembled the Task Force on the Future of Learning to address critical issues in professional development as the workplace evolves. See the task force’s four major recommendations.
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Implementing an effective corporate ethics policy
The ten hottest spots for foreign direct investments
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