Study: Disclosing Control Weaknesses Does You Few Favors

Companies that disclose control problems ahead of restatements get no pat on the back or other indicators of gratitude from investors, according to a recent academic study. On the contrary, they are more likely to face harsher consequences for their transparency than companies that provide no advance warning. More inside.

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