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Nanette Byrnes

U.S.-China corporate audit rift persists as summits begin

Jun 07 2013

The Obama administration is under pressure from large corporations and a senior U.S. senator to revisit oversight of Chinese corporate audits at upcoming summit meetings, as disputes persist despite a partial deal on the issue reached in May.

U.S. auditor watchdog finds fault with Ernst & Young

May 23 2013

The U.S. regulator of corporate auditors said on Thursday that the U.S. arm of global accounting firm Ernst & Young failed to fix quality control problems found in earlier reviews.

Auditor watchdog finds fault with Ernst & Young

May 23 2013

The regulator of corporate auditors said on Thursday that the U.S. arm of global accounting firm Ernst & Young failed to fix quality control problems found in earlier reviews.

What Congress should ask IRS, but probably won't

May 17 2013

The House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee on Friday will hold the first of three hearings on the Internal Revenue Service "Tea Party" targeting scandal.

What Congress should ask IRS, but probably won't

May 16 2013

The House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee on Friday will hold the first of three hearings on the Internal Revenue Service "Tea Party" targeting scandal.

What U.S. Congress should ask IRS, but probably won't

May 16 2013

The U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee on Friday will hold the first of three hearings on the Internal Revenue Service "Tea Party" targeting scandal.

More tax lobbyists working Washington's hallways

May 15 2013

The ranks of lobbyists are growing in Washington again as Congress flirts with a possible overhaul of the complex U.S. tax code.

IRS eyes U.S. accounts at Caribbean bank

Apr 30 2013

The Justice Department said on Tuesday that a federal court had authorized the Internal Revenue Service to seek information on U.S. taxpayers who may have accounts at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce FirstCaribbean International Bank (FCIB).

U.S. taxpayer Caribbean accounts targeted: Justice Department

Apr 30 2013

The Justice Department said on Tuesday that a federal court had authorized the Internal Revenue Service to seek information on U.S. taxpayers who may have accounts at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce FirstCaribbean International Bank (FCIB).

Justice Dept. targets U.S. taxpayer accounts at Caribbean bank

Apr 30 2013

April 30 The U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday that a federal court has authorized the Internal Revenue Service to seek information on U.S. taxpayers who may have accounts at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce FirstCaribbean International Bank (FCIB).

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