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With the XBRL mandate from the Securities and Exchange Commission now official, business software vendors are starting to push their data-tagging capabilities harder than ever. A week after the SEC's mandate that the 500 largest public companies start to file their financial results using the interactive data tagging language known as XBRL this year, software vendor SAP launched "XBRL Publisher," a new application created in partnership with XBRL software provider UBMatrix. The offering allows users of SAP applications, such as BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation, Financial Consolidation and Business Suite ...
each morning since 1982. In 2007, the show celebrated its 25th Anniversary with outside broadcasts in five different Australian cities in one week. 1 On weekdays the programme airs after Nine's Early Morning News , and runs from 5.30am through to 9am. On weekends, Weekend Today runs from 7am to 9am on Saturdays and 7am to 10am on Sundays. Cite error: There are tags on this page, but the references will not show without a {{Reflist}} template or a tag; see the .
Even CFOs Get the Retirement Blues - Careers -
The stock-price plunge has spared few individual investors and, as a group, finance executives are certainly no exception. In fact, because they have more money than most people, their losses are greater, in raw-dollar terms. Many American workers, especially those age 50 or older, cannot fathom now how they will ever be able to retire without facing an old age of modest means and ceaseless worry. But for top finance professionals, any fallout on their retirement, absent poor planning or unusually bad luck, will more likely amount to a mere inconvenience — even for those not making millions working for Fortune 500 companies. market research, surveys and trends
Can the Internet lower college costs? - SmartPlanet
in Philadelphia, has a lot of good ideas on what needs to be done to revamp the educational system. One area that’s going to need a serious overhaul is colleges and universities. Why? The current model just isn’t sustainable. Speaking at the Supernova conference last week at University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, Lehmann said: I doubt my kids will have the college experience the same way we did. Most of us just can’t afford it and the system is going to break. College will be a hybrid online/offline experience. Lehmann, speaking on a panel about restructuring legacy institutions to ... market research, surveys and trends


Business Outlook Survey: Bottom Dwellers - -
As they continue to seek the bottom of this economic crisis, CFOs now are expecting to find it further and further in the future. Sixty-seven percent of respondents to this quarter's Duke University/CFO Magazine Global Business Outlook Survey are less optimistic about the economy than they were last quarter, when finance chiefs already were feeling quite dismal. Just 35 percent now expect the economy to begin a recovery this year, with a third of them looking to the first half of 2010 for those receding "better days." A final third say recovery will not begin until the second half of next year or later. The ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Deloitte Revenues Top $27 Billion - -
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu announced Tuesday that its annual revenues were $27.4 billion, the sixth consecutive year the Big Four firm's revenues have grown by a double-digit percentage. The accounting firm said those results, aggregated from all its member firms for fiscal year 2008, represented a year-over-year increase of 18.6 percent. The firm also said it had added 15,000 employees to its ranks, for a total of 165,000 employees worldwide. The largest single share of Deloitte's revenue comes from its audit business, which grew 14.8 percent to $12.7 billion. The firm said its financial advisory services grew even ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Eminent statistician David Blackwell has died at 91
David Harold Blackwell, an eminent statistician at the University of California, Berkeley, who was the first black admitted to the National Academy of Sciences, died Thursday, July 8, of natural causes at Alta Bates Medical Center in Berkeley. He was 91. Blackwell joined the UC Berkeley faculty in 1954 and was the first tenured black professor in campus history. He later chaired the Department of Statistics, one of the world's top centers for mathematical statistics, and served as president in 1955 of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, an international professional and scholarly society. A mathematician as well as a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Fed to Keep Holdings Stable in Bid to Boost Growth
Aug. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Dean Maki, chief U.S. economist at Barclays Plc, and Al Broaddus, former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, talk about today's Federal Open Market Committee statement. Fed officials will maintain their holdings of securities to prevent money from being drained out of the financial system in their first attempt to bolster the economy in more than a year. (Source: Bloomberg) Aug. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Lawrence White, an economics professor at New York University's Stern School of Business, talks about Federal Reserve monetary policy and the U.S. economy. White speaks with ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Today In Finance Section. “In Search of Softball Questions” by Justin Ewers, U.S. News & World Report,. December 25, 2006 / January 1, 2007, pg. 41. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Today the Iowa Finance Authority announced 21 recipients of grants ...
(Des Moines, Iowa) Today the Iowa Finance Authority (IFA) announced $1.84 million in grants from the State Housing Trust Fund, a program that helps Iowans ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
UCF Executive Center Offers Finance Primer for Working ...
In today’s volatile economy, it’s essential that business leaders fully understand financial concepts so they can accurately interpret data and measure results. To help non-financial managers learn these necessary skills, the University of Central Florida’s Executive Development Center (EDC), part of the College of Business Administration, is holding a two-day seminar June 7 and 8 at its downtown facility, located at 36 W. Pine St. in Orlando. The seminar is geared toward non-financial managers—specifically those who work in marketing, sales, operations, engineering, human resources or purchasing—who want to ...
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What careers in finance would be benefitted by a legal education ...
What type of careers in finance would be best suites to e filled by a lawyer or law school grad? Investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, securities law...? Also, what do you think of these career paths in such a crazy time, and how in demand do you predict these positions will be in 4 years? Please be aware of what you are proposing on getting yourself into. Please do more research first. Reminder: We are in a World-wide Recession. Warning> Jobs in the field of Law are drying up fast!! This is just not a good field to invest time and/or money into. This is a SHRINKING vocational field. Many reasons. Many people today ...