Headquartered in Banbury, ISoft was plunged into crisis in 2006 after delays to the NHS contract to provide a central database of medical records, coupled with profits warnings and the discovery of accounting irregularities
had been directly involved in or aware of the accounting irregularities
Beginning with an overview of the financial reporting environments and regulations in Hong Kong and the UK, he describes accounting irregularities
in terms of exaggerating revenue, expenses, losses, and liabilities, and in presenting financial statements.
Ahold's management and its audit committee are studying the findings of the accounting investigation to decide whether "additional adjustments may be required" to correct the accounting irregularities
and to identify needed improvements in controls and procedures at relevant companies.
Oliver Hilsenrath following an investigation into various accounting irregularities
, including cash payments to outside entities, that the board determined may have been affiliated with Hilsenrath and a former CEO of the company.
Also, in June 1998, Vesta said it misstated its earnings and was investigating accounting irregularities
NEW YORK - In an effort to address the concerns of suppliers and investors during an investigation of possible accounting irregularities
, Woolworth Corp.
The Company also reported that due to accounting irregularities
, its annual and quarterly financial statements dating back to the second quarter of 2007 and through the third quarter of 2011 should no longer be relied upon and might need to be restated:
Troubled healthcare software supplier iSoft Group yesterday suspended its commercial director - one of the founders of the company - after an initial investigation found evidence of accounting irregularities
in the 2004 and 2005 financial years.
As Fannie Mae officials reel from a series of negative headlines and brace for the possibility of long-threatened legislation aimed at putting tough curbs on its activities, published reports are pointing to serious accounting irregularities
that suggest systemic problems with controls and procedures.
pdf), which found the number of times public companies restated their financial results due to accounting irregularities
rose 145% from January of 1997 through June of 2002.
told colleagues last month that he hoped he never would have to explain accounting irregularities
to securities regulators, according to internal documents turned over to Congress.