Forbes/FEI CFO Conference Tackles Hot Topics

July 2000
Financial Executive;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p54
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Forbes/Financial Executives International Chief Financial Officers conference held May 17-19, 2000 in New York City. Among those speaking was professor Baruch Lev, who cited the large gap between market and book values of Standard & Poor's 500 firms as evidence that current accounting standards do not adequately account for intangible assets.


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