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Bristol-Myers Execs Accused of Fraud

Two former Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. executives defrauded investors by improperly accounting for $1.5 billion in revenue in 2000 and 2001, the Securities and Exchange Commission said Monday. Frederick Schiff, former chief financial...

KPMG pays $22.475 million penalties in Xerox Case

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced today that KPMG LLP has agreed to settle the SEC's charges against it in connection with the audits of Xerox Corp. from 1997 through 2000. As...

Freddie Mac Gets Penalty And Rebuke Over Scandal

Federal regulators released a scathing report Wednesday on the corporate culture that fostered improper accounting at Freddie Mac, the same day that they announced that the company had agreed to pay...

KPMG pays $200 Million to settle lawsuits

Rite Aid, which overstated profits by up to $1.6bn, was one of the largest scandals to shake corporate America until it was eclipsed by the likes of Enron and WorldCom. Former Rite...

Homestore To Settle Accounting-Fraud Suit Worth $70 Million

Homestore, an online real estate services company that provides listings to America Online, has said that it has agreed to pay about $70 million in cash and stock to settle a...

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