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SYS-CON Media Edgar Online: On the edge of profitability? Stamford Advocate, CT Moyer said XBRL will help investors sift through financial reports to find information more quickly and to make comparisons. He said the quicker companies adopt the new filing procedures, the better for the markets. "People don't understand if they ... EDGAR Online CEO to Outline Strategy at 10th Annual B. Riley & Co ... PR Newswire (press release) all 9 news articles ... (more)

Google News - XBRL: Infor Provides XBRL Support for Financial Reporting - IT News Online

Infor Provides XBRL Support for Financial Reporting IT News Online, India ATLANTA, March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Infor today announced that , a comprehensive suite of business performance management applications, now supports (XBRL), a fast growing worldwide financial reporting standard. Infor PM 10 provides integrated XBRL ... ... (more)

Google News - XBRL: XBRL to Help Track TARP Funds, Talent in Demand - A.E. Feldman

XBRL to Help Track TARP Funds, Talent in Demand A.E. Feldman, NY XBRL, or eXtensible Business Reporting Language, could assist government auditors in monitoring spending under the more than $700 billion financial bailout plan. That’s the message Mark Bolgiano, President and CEO of XBRL US, delivered to Capitol Hill ... ... (more)

Government IT Expo: eGov and Open Standards

When President Obama appointed his new federal CIO, Vivek Kundra, last week, Kundra announced ambitious plans to "democratize" federal government data by making it accessible in open formats and in data feeds. His plan calls for the creation of a single point of access to all public federal information. The idea is to enable the data to be accessed by developers whose applications will open up federal data to the sunlight of millions of citizens by encouraging them to scrutinize how the Recovery Act's dollars will be spent. As chief technology officer for the District of Columbi... (more)

Rebuilding Public Trust: The Case for Compliant Financial Data

In the aftermath of banking failures, subprime mortgages, and bailouts across multiple industry sectors, it is a good time to examine the strategies it will take to rebuild public trust in our government and in the world’s financial markets. I believe the answer depends both on what we can do and how we do it. With all the financial information that corporations were obligated to report because of existing government regulations, how could we not have foreseen this financial disaster? Did we misread the data? Was the information in the reports incorrect? Is there more that shoul... (more)