As Corporate Profits Slow, Watch For More "Non-Traditional" AccountingMark Melin
“A financial obfuscation” drawn straight from the 2000 dot-com bubble, which makes corporate accounting magically look positive when they might have been negative, is making a comeback, a recent Wall Street Journal report observed, benchmarking what for some is an unwelcome trend in accounting.
Near 13 percent change in results when traditional accounting metrics are used
The climax of the
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