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2002 Reports

Volume 11, No. 4


Reading The 2001 Annual Reports: A User's Guide:  In the recent past, reading annual reports was an activity often attributed only to retro kooks: what could be more old-fashioned than actually caring about what happened in the past? After …

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Volume 11, Nos. 2 & 3


What Keeps The SEC Busy - 2002:  Enron, mostly. In early December, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants held its annual "Current SEC Developments Conference" in Washington, DC. The lengthy conference featured FASB and AICPA speakers, but the …

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Volume 11, No. 1


Pro Forma Earnings: A Different Recipe:  What could be more important to analysts and investors than corporate earnings? Why, "pro forma" corporate earnings, of course. Pro forma earnings have been around for years in some fashion or other. In …

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