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Accounting and Auditing

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  • State auditor finds improvement in embattled charter school chain

    State auditor finds improvement in embattled charter school chain
    A California state audit has found that a charter school organization accused of financial mismanagement by the Los Angeles Unified School District has improved its bottom line but still needs stronger controls over spending. The audit, released...
  • State audit shows depth of school district's debt

    The Florida Auditor General's Office regularly takes a look at how the school district is spending your tax dollars. Typically, there is no huge chunk of money missing or bags of cash left beneath the bleachers in a gym. But the 40-page audit released...
  • Mondelez says proxy adviser backs directors

    Mondelez says proxy adviser backs directors
    Mondelez said Thursday morning that a top proxy adviser reversed its decision and is recommending that the company's shareholders vote for its lead director and four other board members. Because of an income tax accounting issue, Institutional...
  • Palm Beach School Board gives inspector general good review

    Palm Beach School Board gives inspector general good review
    The chief watchdog for the Palm Beach County School District, who was fighting for his job last year during a controversial whistleblower dispute, now has the full support of the School Board. The School Board Wednesday evaluated Inspector General...
  • Padres de LAUSD exigen una auditoría y más compromiso en la resolución A-G

    Padres de LAUSD exigen una auditoría y  más compromiso en la resolución A-G
    Decenas de padres de familia se reunieron este martes 5 de mayo para exigirle al Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles (LAUSD), aprobar la resolución A-G con el objetivo de preparar a los estudiantes de preparatoria para la universidad. El...
  • Business Briefs: National recognition for Division of Transportation traffic engineer

    Business Briefs: National recognition for Division of Transportation traffic engineer
    Business news from around the county. Grayslake New seats: After canvassing the results of the April 7 election, the College of Lake County Board of Trustees recently seated the three top vote getters, incumbents Richard Anderson of Grayslake, William...
  • Is organic food safer, healthier? Guy in charge of U.S. organics won't say

    Is organic food safer, healthier? Guy in charge of U.S. organics won't say
    Are consumers right to think that organic food is safer and healthier? It seems like a straightforward question, especially for Miles McEvoy, the chief of the National Organic Program at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That's the section of the USDA...
  • A Whole Lot Of Ammo Missing From Hartford Police Range

    A Whole Lot Of Ammo Missing From Hartford Police Range
    In a state with strict gun laws, the sloppy and slapdash management of the Hartford police shooting range over many years should be embarrassing — if not criminal. A city audit of the shooting range released this week found that the range...
  • Mayor Eric Garcetti disavows appointee's letter trashing LADWP audit

    Mayor Eric Garcetti disavows appointee's letter trashing LADWP audit
    A spokesman for Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Friday said the mayor "disagrees" with a letter the general manager of the city's Department of Water and Power co-wrote attacking an audit that uncovered questionable spending by ratepayer-funded...
  • Former Hebron School Official Seeks Special Probation

    A former Hebron schools superintendent arrested by state police for allegedly misappropriating thousands of dollars from the district has applied for a special form of probation. Notice of the application prompted the Hebron Board of Education to hold...
  • Feds Freeze Millions In Grants To UConn After Conflict-Of-Interest Probe

    Feds Freeze Millions In Grants To UConn After Conflict-Of-Interest Probe
    The National Science Foundation has suspended millions of dollars in research grants to UConn after revelations that two UConn professors used more than $250,000 in grant money for no-bid purchases of equipment from a company they control. The...