Amdur, Meredith
July 2002
Variety;7/29/2002, Vol. 387 Issue 10, p1
Trade Publication
Presents the results of the survey conducted by the periodical 'Variety' on the problem areas that media companies should focus into to avoid U.S. government scrutiny on their corporation reports. Discussion of company reporting; Information on hidden liabilities; Description of accounting issues.


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