* Nov. 10: Chairman and chief executive Randolph C. Blazer resigns. Board member Roderick G. McGeary takes his place on interim basis.

* Nov. 18: Company says its chief financial officer, Robert S. Falcone, is retiring and issues a separate announcement that it found $92.9 million in accounting errors on its third-quarter balance sheet.

* Dec. 16: BearingPoint says it will take a restructuring charge of as much as $67 million and may not be able to report that it has adequate procedures in place to prevent accounting fraud.


* Jan. 14: The company names Joseph Corbett, formerly of Intelsat Ltd., as chief financial officer.

* March 17: BearingPoint hires Harry L. You, formerly chief financial officer of software maker Oracle Corp., as chief executive. It also says it will miss deadlines for filing its 2004 annual report and will probably restate earnings for a portion of that year.

* April 20: The company says the Securities and Exchange Commission has begun an informal investigation into its accounting practices and that its financial statements as far back as mid-2002 could be wrong. The next day, shares plummet more than 30 percent, closing at $5.28.

* May 24: Corbett departs as chief financial officer; move described as a mutual decision.

* July 20: Chief executive You says the company will be ready to report its 2004 financial results in September.

* Sept. 7: The company says the SEC upgraded its inquiry into a formal investigation. It also says its financial reports for 2004 will not be finished until late October.

* Yesterday: You says BearingPoint expects "to return to profitability in 2006." The firm also says it is unlikely to complete its 2004 financial statements this month.