The US watchdog charged Balkenhol with obtaining information from his spouse,
who was also employed at Oracle, on Oracle’s secret acquisition targets and
trading in shares based on this information.
Balkenhol’s wife was the lead assistant to two
presidents and the Oracle chief executive.
Balkenhol paid $198,000 (£100,100) to settle the charges.
Driving opportunity for all and empowering businesses for success are the key themes for the Sage Summit UK this year, which takes place on 5-6 April
The partnership will see PwC have 'physical presence' at CodeBase in Edinburgh
Unincorporated businesses under the VAT threshold given an extra year to prepare before MTD becomes mandatory
Simon Wright of CareersinAudit.com discusses how an effective cyber defence force is critical to businesses worldwide and how internal auditors can make the transition to a new career in cyber security