employees receive Wells notices from the SEC 's enforcement division, discloses the ..... CSC states, a Wells notice indicates the SEC plans a civil action or administrative ..... company says it remains in talks with the SEC about a possible settlement. The SEC
and the Los Angeles Office of the Securities and Exchange Commission are also participating in the ongoing ..... matter as another regulatory body, the SEC , has begun investigating QCOR and ..... District of New York, which, unlike the SEC pursues criminal proceedings. The
profitability, market share and operating profit. Recent News The SEC has expressed some curiosity about J.C. Penney's reported ..... may turn out to be completely harmless. Nevertheless, given the SEC 's mission to protect shareholders from questionable corporate
stabilize the business and is unlikely to do so near-term. The SEC and DOJ rejected its $12 million offer to settle the investigation ..... five years. While Avon proposed a $12 million settlement to the SEC and DOJ to close the books on these issues, the firm's offer
Dec 10 (Reuters) - A Securities and Exchange Commission accounting-fraud task force is scrutinizing companies' use of their own tailor-made performance measures, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Associates, Inc., 100 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD, 21202, which is regulated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission . Issued in Canada by T. Rowe Price (Canada), Inc. T. Rowe Price (Canada), Inc. enters into written
By Alan Brochstein , CFA: As if Medical Marijuana, Inc. ( OTCPK:MJNA ) needs more controversy, a lawsuit filed by the minority owner of its Red Dice Holdings subsidiary has shed light on many of the issues that have been weighing on the company. The allegations raised in the lawsuit are quite ...
differ materially and are subject to factors that are discussed in detail in the Company's 10-K and 10-Q filings with the SEC . The Company does not undertake any obligations to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect subsequent events
NEW YORK, Dec 9 (Reuters) - When a pair of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission examiners visited Bernard Madoff's offices in 2005, the now-imprisoned financier was not too worried - until he sneaked a look into one of their briefcases.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Securities and Exchange Commission 's top accountant on Monday urged accounting firms to think carefully before acquiring non-audit related consulting businesses, warning such moves could damage their independence and credibility.