As a result of the adoption of net gain or loss reporting, even investors who are willing and able to sort through footnotes
for more detailed information may not find quantitative data that they would want to use in their decisions if it were available.
Anderson opined that the change might require but a single footnote
6) But at this point Stone affixed a footnote
, numbered four, and reading, in its entirety, as follows:
have always been a significant part of the financial statements, there has been a substantial increase in the number of pages and amount of space allocated to footnote
disclosures in the last few years.
Nelson reprints without commentary Tolson's own footnotes
for his 770- line Libretto for the Republic of Liberia (1953) and for "E.
Disregarding the known frequency of sexual abuse, Boyarin even writes that the sexual abuse Freud saw in his patients was his own projected fantasies and desires (though admitting in a footnote
that he does not deny the possibility that a patient may have been abused.
reverberate not merely because they court unsuccess.
The Securities and Exchange Commission approved rules requiring companies to reveal more about their accounting policies for derivatives in the footnotes
of financial statements.
Baby shoe preservation remains a popular tradition, according to Paul Meyer, whose company, Footnotes
In Time, has developed the Clearbronz(SM) process.
If they do not conduct a study, she added, they can use one of a whole variety of footnotes
that have been developed by accountants and organizations.
Based on the Form-4 Filing, this appears to be an open market purchase and there were no footnotes
or special circumstances described in the filing.
While he does use some of the financial statements and footnotes
to identify risk, he does not need the detailed level currently required.