ARTICLES - In My Opinion - WHAT DRIVES EARNINGS MANAGEMENT - People who issue financial reports are often concerned more about what the reports tell about them than they are about how well the reports reflect real-world events. Unfortunately, GAAP tilts toward the issuers, the author says.
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