Big Four firm Ernst & Young has agreed to pay more than $11.8 million to the Securities and Exchange Commission for failing to detect fraud in its audits of an oil services company.
That company, Weatherford International, agreed to pay $140 million a few weeks ago to settle charges that it used deceptive income tax accounting to inflate earnings. (See “Weatherford to Pay $140 mn for Accounting Fraud.”)
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