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SEC Charges Cognizant and Two Former Executives With FCPA Violations

“Bribery to further corporate goals is an illusory path to long-term success. While always the wrong choice, it is particularly egregious when senior executives chart that course for those they lead, as our complaint alleges here. We are committed to holding them accountable for their actions,” said Charles E. Cain, Chief of the SEC Enforcement Division’s FCPA Unit.

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SEC Charges Four Public Companies With Longstanding ICFR Failures

According to the SEC’s orders, year after year, the four companies disclosed material weaknesses in ICFR involving certain high-risk areas of their financial statement presentation. As discussed in the SEC orders, each of the four companies took months, or years, to remediate their material weaknesses after being contacted by the SEC staff. One of the companies is still in the process of remediating its material weaknesses.

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Brexit Uncertainty to Continue for at Least Another Two Months

A Statement from The Conference Board Press Release Provided By The Conference Board Jan 16, 2019, 07:35 ET NEW YORK, Jan. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The British parliament took a decisive step today in the Brexit divorce process to not support the plan negotiated by Prime Minister May with the European Commission. Uncertainty has dominated the entire process until now …

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When Interest Rates Rise: Winners and Losers

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The green back has appreciated over 20% against other currencies since July 2014 in anticipation of a rate hike. A strong dollar is a positive for consumers buying goods or traveling overseas, but the flipside is that a strong dollar ends up hurting American exporters.

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Fastest Way to Make Short-Term Profits in the Stock Market is Shorting Stocks

My discovery explains the reason why most traders lose money in the stock market. Those losing traders just approach the market the wrong way. First, one must understand that what goes up must come down to some degree because profit has to be made by traders. However, what goes down doesn’t necessarily mean that it will come back up at all. That is because companies do run out of business, which cause their stock prices to plummet without recovery.

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