A federal judge dismissed a Securities and Exchange Commission complaint accusing the former chief financial officer at Halliburton Co.
The SEC had said Gary Morris aided a company effort to suppress news of a 1998 accounting change involving cost overruns on construction projects, which raised Halliburton's earnings. According to the charges, the oil services and logistics company failed to disclose a material change in its accounting policies to investors for more than a year.
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