CAQ Offers Help for Weighing Non-GAAP Measures

The Center for Audit Quality is offering an online set of questions to help audit committees determine whether the use of non-GAAP measures is appropriate or not.

PCAOB Offers Guidance on Disclosing Audit Partner Names

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board released a staff guidance document Tuesday to help auditing firms deal with new requirements for disclosing the names of engagement partners and outside firms that participated in an audit.

Will the Brexit Break E.U. Audit Firm Rotation?

The European Union’s new rules for mandatory audit firm rotation took effect on June 17, only a week before the United Kingdom voted to “Brexit” from the E.U. How will that affect audit firm rotation in the U.K. and Europe?

EY Leads on Public Company Audits

Ernst & Young outpaced the rest of the Big Four in auditing the most public companies last year, according to a new ranking.

In Defense of Auditors

A response to a recent article on the audit profession.

Judge Rakoff Sees Resistance to Fraud Prosecutions

Judge Jed Rakoff told attendees at the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ Annual Global Fraud Conference in Las Vegas that prosecutors are falling short on prosecuting fraud.

Auditors: Friends or Foes?

Every day, the public places their trust in two seemingly unrelated entities: public auditors and the police.

South Korea Mulls Ousting Negligent Accounting Firm CEOs

South Korea is considering a bill that would allow regulators to oust the CEO of an accounting firm that is found to be negligent in controlling audit quality.

KPMG Quits as FIFA's Auditor, a Move Soccer Body 'Welcomes'

KPMG stepped down as FIFA’s auditing firm as soccer’s world governing body races to clean up a reputation dented by allegations of bribery and corruption.

Wolters Kluwer Offers Audit Tools for Auto and Equipment Dealerships

Wolters Kluwer Tax and Accounting has introduced technology to help audit automotive and equipment dealerships.