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And the myth of decentralisation.
Skilling is sniffing out the blockchain bros, says the WSJ.
The accountancy chief’s ordeal with the collapse of Arthur Andersen has shaped him
Jamie Dimon has led the biggest winner of the post-crisis decade, but is there a convincing succession plan at the US bank?
Bankrupt energy group’s former chief executive has been released from prison
New SEC proposal looks to improve incentives for employees who report on companies
Mob justice cannot be allowed to lead to power blackouts
Enron film director finds inspiration from VW emissions to Chinese investor offerings
Galán says end of cheap money set to cause problems in global renewable energy sector
The PwC case shows the auditing oligopoly requires an overhaul
Former UBS trader has insights into the pressures traders still face, writes Andrew Hill
Arcane complexities of finance or accounting keep deeper questions at bay, says Margaret Heffernan
McKinsey quietly runs an investment arm for partners but experts warn of conflicts of interest
Banks and regulators turn to tech solutions to detect accounting issues
Takeover attempt holds out prospect of crowning achievement or defeat that will be hard to swallow
Sri Srinivasan’s strong support could make it hard for Republicans to block him
Directors must call out poor managers before they destroy the companies they run
History is littered with lossmaking companies kept alive for years by accounting chicanery