For What Its Worth - Winter/Spring 2008
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Winter/Spring 2008 Articles
Valuations, Litigation and CPA Independence
Events such as the Enron and WorldCom scandals and the resulting Sarbanes-Oxley Act have put a spotlight on CPAs’ roles and the importance of auditor independence...
Lost Profits Calculation Methodology
Unfortunately, there are many causes of business interruption. A well-managed, successful entity can be faced with unexpected situations that delay or completely stop business operations and thus anticipated profitability. Business interruptions may be caused by the environment as in flooding, fire, or natural disasters. It can also be caused by contractual disputes...
Opportunity Found - Online Surplus Equipment Auctions
You know about eBay®, Amazon.com, and just about everyone in the Pittsburgh area had heard of FreeMarkets. Buying and selling over the Internet is no longer a phenomenon, but a standard way of doing business. Now, the efficiencies of the Internet are being applied to effectively sell surplus industrial assets and construction equipment...
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