In this issue: An early look at 2016 annual reports Operating margins at large filers, 2013-2016 Share repurchase programs, through Q3 2016
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Learn about the IFRS XBRL Taxonomy and the implications of the SEC notification that the taxonomy has been approved and posted to the Commission web site.
Learn about the SEC rule proposal to require the use of Inline XBRL for public company reporting. Find out the implications of the rule change for issuers, data providers and XBRL service and tool providers and get the details on the Inline XBRL specification.
The Work-in-Process (WIP) report and other financials can be delivered in useable form directly from contractor to surety eliminating manual rekeying of data, improving timeliness and access to credit for contractors. Financial data standards can automate the process. Join this webinar to view demonstrations for creating and consuming XBRL-formatted WIP reports.
Switching to structured (XBRL) data after using HTML versions of financial filings is like trading in your flip phone for an iPhone. Wow. Suddenly you can do things you never thought possible.
In this issue: U.S vs International Sales at Large Filers. Early look at large banks’ 2016 revenue streams. Revenue and PPE trends in retail. Sizing the FCPA pipeline. FASB proposes tweaks to debt classification. Look, a non-GAAP enforcement action!
The accounting profession, data providers, public companies, technologists, federal regulators and a growing number of industry groups view XBRL as an important component of transparency in the markets. These organizations support the business reporting standard by collaborating on XBRL US initiatives with other like-minded organizations and individuals. Learn about membership options for individuals and organizations and get started today.
Join this informative discussion with Thomson Reuters about how they use structured data for investor clients. You’ll also learn about the latest ruleset available from the Data Quality Committee to identify and resolve XBRL errors.
In this issue: Walmart anti-corruption costs. Walmart has been mired in a long-running investigation of possible bribery to secure permits in Mexico, India, and elsewhere. Just how much money has this cost the world’s largest company since the investigation began in 2011? At least $820 million—a number you can find quickly and easily in the […more]
Browse this growing collection of case studies, white papers and resources documenting the significance of the business reporting data standard, or dig and discover what’s in the data with tools and services like our Data Analysis Toolkit that bring near real-time analysis to your desktop or device.