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Sweet Next-to-Nothings from the SEC’s Chief Accountant

I’m not going to beat around the bush here.  James Schnurr’s first major speech as the SEC’s Chief Accountant amounted to 3,000 words of next-to-nothing.  He achieved this prodigious rhetorical feat with a medley [Read More...]

The Double Illusion of Financial Statement Comparability and Auditability: Through the Lens of Falling O&G Prices

My inspirations for this post are the maiden speech of the SEC’s new chief accountant James Schnurr, and the joy of paying only $2.02/gallon at the pump.

As for Mr. Schnurr, I plan to [Read More...]