FEI Telediscussions: Corporate Reporting, Internet Security

March 2000
Financial Executive;Mar/Apr2000, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p56
Academic Journal
Information about several papers discussed at a teleconference sponsored by the Financial Executive Institute on corporate reporting and Internet security is presented. Topics include anticipated business combinations, information security breaches, and financial accounting standards. The symposium featured several financial executives including Norm Strauss, Bruce Murphy, and Howard Schmidt.


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