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  • Petrobras bribery scandal: How much was ripped off?

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Petrobras is expected to release audited financials today and the implications could be huge for Brazil's oil giant.

  • Auditing the Fed is a terrible idea: Insana

    CNBC contributor Ron Insana sits down with Brian Sullivan and Steve Liesman to discuss if the Fed and monetary policy deliberations are trustworthy.

  • Fed's Fisher & Barney Frank: Fed is audited

    CNBC's Steve Liesman and CNBC contributor Barney Frank discuss Rand Paul's push to audit the Federal Reserve.

  • KPMG: Hope US-China audit dispute gets resolved

    John Veihmeyer, Global Chairman at KPMG, says the company is caught in the middle of the U.S. ruling that bans Chinese arms of the Big Four auditing firms from working on U.S.-listed firms.

  • KPMG: US tax code is a multi-faceted issue

    John Veihmeyer, Global Chairman at KPMG, discusses whether tax incentives offered by countries to lure multinationals are appropriate.

  • IRS targets wealthy tax cheats

    The IRS is doing less audits than it used to, but if you're wealthy your chances of being audited have more than doubled over the past 5 years, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.

  • Your odds of an IRS audit

    CNBC's Robert Frank and CNBC contributor Ben White take a look at what's likely to trigger an audit by the tax man.

  • Tax don'ts & IRS red flags

    CNBC consumer reporter Kelli Grant discusses IRS red flags that can lead to an audit.

  • Herbalife: Relieved financials are back

    CNBC's Scott Wapner reports on Herbalife in the wake of its financial audit. CNBC's David Faber provides perspective.

  • How to do business right in China

    Michael Andrew, Chairman at KPMG, discusses the issues that businesses face relating to regulatory issues in China.

  • London: I Regret Everything, Take Full Responsibility

    Former KPMG auditor Scott London says he made about $70,000 in the insider trading scheme, and plans to plead guilty to securities fraud, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.

  • Scott London Speaks Out

    Former KPMG auditor Scott London plans to plead guilty to securities fraud, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.

  • Representative Darrell Issa

    The FHA may have tried to hide the magnitude of potential losses in an future economic emergency, lawmakers say.

  • Regulating Financial Systems

    Greg Medcraft, Chairman of the International Organization of Securities Commissions, explains why the issue for financial systems is not about more regulation, but about appropriate regulation.

  • Ex-KPMG Auditor Scott London Charged With Insider Trading

    The former KPMG auditor will be charged for sharing inside information with his golfing buddy, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. London will plead guilty and could face up to five years in prison, all for $50,000 or less.

  • Criminal Charges Expected Against Ex-KPMG Partner: Source

    CNBC's Jane Wells reports the latest details on alleged insider trading charges against former KPMG employee Scott London

  • Former KPMG Partner Apologizes

    The "Squawk on the Street" crew discusses the resignation of a KPMG auditor for his role in leaking non-public data.

  • Feds Investigating KPMG Insider Trading Claims

    A top auditor for Herbalife and Skechers is under investigation for leaking non-public client information to a third party, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche. CNBC's Herb Greenberg and Harvey Pitt, Former SEC Chairman, discuss.

  • Skechers CFO: Would Have Never Suspected This

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche spoke with Skechers CFO Dave Weinberg, who said it had been disclosed that a senior audit partner had admitted to selling the company's nonpublic information. The auditor, Scott London, is cooperating with the Feds and no one else is under questioning.

  • Scott London Was Herbalife Auditor: Source

    According to a source, ousted KPMG partner Scott London was the auditor for Herbalife, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.