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Should regulators be responsible for verifying the truth of financial statements

Should regulators be responsible for verifying the truth of financial statements? Italian regulator Consob thinks not. That's what the agency said after being accused of dragging its feet on the Parmalat fiasco. Regulators are responsible for making sure companies disclose information, not whether that information is true, Consob officials ...

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Best practices for enhancing earnings releases

In today’s rapidly changing communications environment, investor relations professionals face a wide range of issues to consider in providing maximum transparency and outreach with their company news and ‒ specifically ‒ the critically important earnings news release. In this Business Wire white paper, global disclosure services supervisor Matt Van Tassel reviews current best practices for enhancing earnings releases, including proper use of hyperlinks and engagement tips and techniques.

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