PCAOB meetings or lack thereof

OMG, the PCAOB Is Actually Holding an Open Meeting!

I hope everyone at the PCAOB remembers what to do during an open meeting. It’s been a while. The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board will hold an open meeting on Tuesday, November 19, at 10 a.m. ET, to consider the adoption of the PCAOB budget for the 2020 fiscal year and the 2019-2023 strategic plan. […]

The SEC Got Rid of the Only PCAOB Member Not Drinking the William Duhnke Kool-Aid

Ladies and gentlemen, THIS is the current state of your PCAOB under the leadership of William Duhnke, according to the Wall Street Journal: A watchdog tasked with protecting investors by policing audits of public companies has slowed its work amid board infighting, multiple senior staff departures, and allegations that the chairman has created a “sense […]

The PCAOB Hates Meetings As Much As We Do

Going Concern staff has historically not been fond of meetings. Caleb hated them. Adrienne doesn’t like them because that means she has to wake up before noon. And I don’t particularly care for meetings either. They’re usually a waste of my time. According to our friend Francine McKenna at MarketWatch, the PCAOB seems to be […]