Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Dr. Byrne Businessjive Audio and Transcript Now Available

The transcript for segment number two of Dr. Byrne's interview on can be downloaded at on the news page. A great piece.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Byrne is the perfect storybook hero. What a great asset to this fight, and this country.

OT: Here is another publicly emerging face in the war on this financial fraud.

Bud Burrell.

He is making his vast body of anti-NS work available to all.

5:41 AM  
Blogger smokyjoe said...

Tommy: 17A adressed today by sec:

On December 7, the Commission extended an Order originally issued on
Aug. 4, 2003, and extended on July 14, 2004, permitting non-public
broker-dealers to file with the Commission and send to their customers
financial statements certified by an independent public accountant
instead of certified by a registered public accounting firm for fiscal
years ending before Jan. 1, 2007.

Section 17(e)(1)(A) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (Exchange
Act) requires that every registered broker-dealer annually file with
the Commission a certified balance sheet and income statement, and
Section 17(e)(1)(B) requires that the broker-dealer annually send to
its customers its "certified balance sheet." The Sarbanes-Oxley Act
of 2002 (Act) established the Board and amended Section 17(e) to
replace the words "an independent public accountant" with "a
registered public accounting firm."

The Act establishes a deadline for registration with the Board of
auditors of financial statements of "issuers," as that term is defined
in the Act. The Act does not provide a deadline for registration of
auditors of broker-dealers that are not issuers (non-public broker-
dealers). Application of registration requirements and procedures to
auditors of non-public broker-dealers is still being considered. The
Commission is also considering whether to issue a concept release on
the subject. For further information, please contact Rose Russo Wells
at (202) 551-5527. (Rel. 34-52909)

1:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HO HO. When a Japanese firm sells stocks they don't actually own, its a big scandel and even hits the news here in America. When an American firm sells stock they don't actually own, it's business as normal. I wanna put in a trade to sell 1 trillion share of GM. Pretty Please.

Talk about the ultimate FTD.

8:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll trade you those GM shares for some prime swampland in Florida. Straight across!

10:52 AM  

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