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Joseph B. Fuller

The shifting financial winds

By Joseph B. Fuller
February 23, 2007

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FOR NOW, the United States lies at the center of the financial world. Over the last 25 years, foreign companies anxious to be traded on American exchanges have adopted US financial reporting standards. We have exported such new forms of capital as private equity and venture capital. Executive compensation at foreign multinationals has followed American precedents. So have approaches to ... (Full article: 666 words)

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