A 'Revolution' in Corporate Reporting?.

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The article refers to a speech made by Christopher Cox, chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange (SEC) Commission, at the 12th XBRL International Conference and discusses the outlook for electronic financial reporting. XBRL or eXtensible business reporting language is being used by nine companies in the SEC voluntary filing program including Microsoft Corp., Adobe Systems, United Technologies Corp., and EDGAR Online Inc. Greg Adams, chief financial officer at EDGAR Online, and Scott Di Valerio, chief administrative officer at Microsoft, comment on the adoption of XBRL and the resistance to technology.

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  • William M. Sinnett

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