Sientra Sees Substantial Doubt About Going Concern
Sientra is expecting to report “substantial doubt exists about its ability to continue as a going concern,” according to a filing.
Siemens Books €1.59 Billion Accounting Gain on Energy Investment
SEC Charges Executives at Austal’s US Unit With Accounting Fraud
The SEC charged three executives of Austal USA for orchestrating a fraudulent revenue recognition scheme that allowed its parent company to meet or exceed analyst expectations, according to a statement.
EY’s Rocky Breakup Plans Forge Ahead After California Talks
Two of Ernst & Young’s top leaders—with opposing views on how to split up the firm—said Friday they are still working toward a resolution after meeting in California this week.
MicroStrategy’s Bitcoin Bet Is on Verge of Profitability Again
Spotlight on St. Louis Tax Attorney and Firm Partner Brian Weaver
Our Spotlight series highlights the careers and lives of tax professionals around the world. This week’s Spotlight is on Brian Weaver, a partner at Stinson LLP who heads the firm’s tax credit and impact finance practice group in St. Louis.
FINANCE BRIEFING: Biden Seeks Tougher Bank Rules After Collapses
The Biden administration is calling on regulators to tighten rules for mid-sized banks, the latest response to the failure of a pair of regional lenders.