I will be on China Radio International on Christmas Day in China at 10am (9PM EST Christmas Eve in the U.S.) We will be discussing the SEC charges against the accounting firms. I guess this provides an alternative for hedge fund managers who don't like watching bowl games. It is a normal working day here in China.
About the show: Today, China Radio International's flagship news chat show, is broadcast live Monday through Friday on AM846, Beijing, China; FM88.0, Canberra and FM104.9 Perth, Australia; Northern California, AM 1540, Galveston, TX, AM 1320, Houston, AM 880, Hawaii, USA; FM 97.9, Ottawa, and AM1540, Toronto, Canada.
The show will be rebroadcast on CRI relay stations worldwide.
I thought that if the PCAOB was going to act before December 31, they would have done so on last Friday. They did not, and Lew Ferguson indicated that they were not concerned about letting the deadline pass. I think that means they still hold out hope for a negotiated settlement. I expect that has to come fairly soon or the PCAOB will feel compelled to act.
Merry Christmas to all my readers.
Here is a link to the CRI show