by CI Staff
Accounting scandals of the past have brought to light a number of companies with questionable accounting practices. Although the issue is not as prevalent as it was during the days of Enron, there are still companies that engage in aggressive accounting, pay out excessive compensation, and practice questionable self-dealing. footnoted.com, now a part of Morningstar, takes a closer look at companies’ financial statements and routine SEC filings to find this buried information so that investors can be well informed.
The articles featured at footnoted.com are all related to SEC filings. The easiest way to keep up with the latest articles is to scan the Web page’s feed. In addition, a search bar on the top right of the page allows users to search for companies in which they are specifically interested.
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