The microcap markets are of increasing concern to regulators, says the U.S. Attorney's Office.
General Electric is moving 500 U.S. jobs overseas, mostly to Europe, because Congress failed to reauthorize the Ex-Im Bank.
The organization tells the SEC that an internal audit function should be recognized as "a matter of basic good governance."
The embattled chipmaker is looking into whether 7% to 8% of second-quarter revenue was improperly recognized.
The company blames a "difference in interpretation of a tax rule" for the underpayment of taxes in China.
A New York judge dismisses a suit in which four credit unions challenged city rules allowing Uber to pick up passengers.
An appellate panel decides in favor of a former finance chief who alleged he was fired for reporting accounting fraud.
The banker allegedly helped Chinese companies arrange reverse mergers and then got them listed on Nasdaq by inflating shareholder numbers.
The SEC alleges the big accounting firm ignored red flags in signing off on the financial statements of an employment staffing company.
Robin Smyth and the firm's former CEO allegedly created a slush fund to make it appear Kit Digital was being paid for sales.