Financial Press - 2002
  • Feb 4, 2002. Financial Times, p. 18. Andrew Hill. "Enron: Virtual Company, Virtual Profits. "
  • Feb. 14, 2002. TheStreet.com. George Mannes. "Meet the Street: Where Other Accounting Pitfalls May Lie."
  • Feb. 21, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, C1. Ken Brown. "Creative Accounting: Four Areas to Buff up a Company's Picture."
  • Feb. 26, 2002. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, D1. David McNaughton. "The Enron Aftermath: Accounting Profs' Book is Hot."
  • Feb 27, 2002. SmartMoney.com. Cintra Scott "Telecom Accounting Bombs."
  • Feb 28, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, C1. Mark Maremont and William Bulkeley. "IBM is Resolute on Accounting Cited by SEC."
  • March 1, 2002. Buzzwords: Monthly Publication of Georgia Tech Alumni Association. Maria Lameiras.
  • March 2002, SmartPros.com. Niquette Kelcher. "Creative Accounting: Prevention and Detection."
  • March 4, 2002. SmartPros.com. Niquette Kelcher. "How Enron Affects Accounting Students."
  • March 4, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, C1. Cassell Bryan-Low. "In Enron's Wake, Profit-Report Delays Multiply, Often on Accounting Issues."
  • March 5, 2002. The Wall Street Journal. C1. Mark Maremont. "How is Tyco Accounting for Its Cash Flow?"
  • March 11, 2002. Financial Times, p. 24. Andrew Hill. "GE New-Style Acconts Gain Broad Approval."
  • March 12, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, A6. William Bulkeley. "IBM Annual Report Shows Stronger Core Earnings."
  • March 19, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, B13. Aaron Elstein. "XM Satellite's Auditor KPMG Raises 'Going Concern' Worries."
  • March 22, 2002. Investor's Business Daily, A3. Christina Wise. "Look Out: A Deluge of Accounting Info. is Heading Your Way."
  • March 25, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, B6. Aaron Elstein. "Past Hanover Results Contained 'Error' on Fabrication Costs."
  • March 26, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, A1 (with picture). Cassell Bryan-Low. "A Sullied Profession Finds It's Hip to be Calculating."
  • March 27, 2002. TheStreet.com. George Mannes. "Debt Guarantee Rattles Adelphia Shareholders."
  • April 1, 2002. Fortune, p. 83. Herb Greenberg. "Does Tyco Play Accounting Games?"
  • April 2, 2002. Financial Times.com. Andrew Hill, ed. "Ask the Expert: Financial Times Gives Readers Opportunity to Ask Questions on Creative Accounting."
  • April 17, 2002. Financial Times.com. Andrew Hill, ed. "Accounting Q&A: Professor Mulford Answers Questions."
  • April 28, 2002. Chicago Tribune. Bill Barnhart. "How About Auditing for Investor."
  • April 29, 2002. San Francisco Chronicle. Harry Domash. "Dissecting the Numbers Game."
  • April, 2002. System Contractor News, p. 1. Carolyn Heinze. "Enron Alters Account Tactics."
  • May, 2002. Smart Money, p. 56. Roger Lowenstein. "Within the Letter: IBM's Accounting Flap Illuminates One Symptom of Corporate America's Disease."
  • May 7, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, C1. Henny Sender. "Cash Flow? It Isn't Always What It Seems."
  • May 13, 2002. Fortune, p. 76. Herb Greenberg. "Don't Count on Cash Flow."
  • May 16, 2002. The Wall Street Journal (on-line). Aaron Elstein. "Applied Digital's Auditor Quits, Citing Accounting Dispute."
  • May 22, 2002. Real Money.com. Herb Greenberg. "Drafting a True Picture of Mim's Cash Flow."
  • May 30, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, A1. Susan Pulliam and Rebecca Buckman. "Microsoft, SEC Discuss Settling Allegations Firm Managed Results."
  • June 4, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, A3. Rebecca Buckman. "Microsoft Settles Accounting Case."
  • June 5, 2002. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, D1. David McNaughton. "Market Just Spinning Its Wheels."
  • June 7, 2002. The Wall Street Journal (on-line). Dave Kansas, ed. "Accounting Ace Charles Mulford Answers Accounting Questions."
  • June 13, 2002. The Wall Street Journal (on-line). Dave Kansas, ed. "More Accounting Answers for Confounded Investors."
  • June 21, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, C1. Barbara Martinez. "Merck Books Co-Payments to Pharmacies as Revenue."
  • July 13, 2002. Business Week, p. 130. Anne Tergesen. "Cash Flow Hocus-Pocus."
  • July 14, 2002. Bloomberg Newswires. Jack Duffy. "Coca Cola to Begin Expensing Employee Stock Options."
  • July 16, 2002. CBS Marketwatch.com. Bambi Francsico. "Exposing All Expenses."
  • July 17, 2002. Bloomberg Newswires. Rob Urban. "Pricewaterhouse to Pay $5 Million in SEC Settlement."
  • July 23, 2002. San Jose Mercury News. Elise Ackerman and Tracy Seipel. "Software Company Says Fired CEO Inflated Sales."
  • July 24, 2002. CBS Marketwatch.com. Bambi Francisco. "Amazon.com Sinks After Q2 Report. E-tailer Loses Ground Despite Improving Margins."
  • August 2, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, C1. Martin Peers. "AOL's Merger Accounting Could Lead to Problems Too."
  • August 5, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, C1. Cassell Bryan-Low. "Meeting Expectations Used to Draw Favor, Now It Invites Scrutiny."
  • August 21, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, C1. Henny Sender. "Inside the WorldCom Numbers Factory."
  • August 23, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, C1. Jonathan Weil. "Another Write-Off May Loom for AOL."
  • August 23, 2002. Dow Jones Newswires. Christine Nuzum. "Tales of the Tape: Talk May be Cheap, But Some See Risk."
  • August 23, 2002. The Technique (Georgia Tech), p. 3. Shan Pesaru. "Tech Profs Expose Fuzzy Accounting."
  • August 26, 2002. Los Angeles Times, C1. Joseph Menn. "Heightened Scrutiny in Silicon Valley."
  • August 2002. CFO Magazine, p. 34. Ron Fink. "The Fear of all Sums."
  • September 16, 2002. Business Week, p. 83. Anne Tergeson. "How Much is Goodwill Worth?"
  • September 24, 2002. TheStreet.com. Herb Greenberg. "United Surgical's Growth Hangs by a Thread."
  • September 26, 2002. The Wall Street Journal (on-line). Art Berkowitz and Richard Rampell. "Eye Financial Statements for Signs of Future Woes."
  • September 30, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, A1. Mark Maremont and Laurie Cohen. "Tyco Probe Expands to Include Auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers."
  • September 30, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, A3. John Emshwiller. Enron May Have Started Earlier on its Off-Balance-Sheet Deals."
  • September 30, 2002. San Jose Mercury News, 1E. Elise Ackerman. "Anatomy of Oracle Revenue Accounting."
  • September, 2002. CFO Magazine, p. 48. Andrew Osterland. "No More Mr. Nice Guy."
  • October 3, 2002. Dow Jones Newswires. Michael Rapoport. "In the Money: Strike Four! Covenants Have Lost Meaning."
  • October 14, 2002. Business Week, p. 156. Anne Tergesen. "Getting to the Bottom of a Company's Debt."
  • October 14, 2002. Los Angeles Times, C1. Elizabeth Douglass. "Global Crossing Probe Focusing on 2001 Practices."
  • October 23, 2002. The Wall Street Journal (on-line). Aaron Elstein. "Hanover Compressor Plans to Revise Its Results Again."
  • October 29, 2002. San Francisco Chronicle. Kathleen Pender. "Investor Advocates Leery of Appointees to Accounting Oversight Panel."
  • October 31, 2002. Bloomberg Newswires. Jack Duffy. "SEC Chairman Pitt Asks Probe of Webster's Selection."
  • Winter 2002. Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, p. 22. "Identifying Financial Funny Business."
  • November 1, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, C1. Jonathan Weil. "SEC Probe of Lucent is Broader."
  • November 1, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, A1. Michael Schroeder. "As Pitt Launches SEC Probe of Himself, Criticism Mounts."
  • November 5, 2002. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, A15. Martha Ezzard. "Even Former Supporters Say Pitt Must Leave SEC."
  • November 6, 2002. Bloomberg Newswires. Jack Duffy. "Bush Seeks SEC Head to Restore Confidence After Pitt Resigns."
  • November 11, 2002. Business Week, p. 122. Robert Berner. "Best Buy? Maybe Not for Investors."
  • November 21, 2002. The Wall Street Journal (on-line). Aaron Elstein. "Clayton Homes Faces Hurdles As Mobile-Home Sector Wilts."
  • December 5, 2002. CFO Magazine, p. 44 (cover story with picture). Ron Fink. "Tuning in to Cash Flow."
  • December 12, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, A1. Gardiner Harris. "At Bristol-Myers, Ex-executives Tell of Numbers Game."
  • December 13, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, A3. Mark Maremont. "Tyco Probe Leaves Some Questions."
  • December 13, 2002. The Street.com. Herb Greenberg. American Italian's Revenue Questions Boil Over."
  • December 27, 2002. The Wall Street Journal, C1. Mark Maremont. "E-Mails Show Tyco Lawyers Had Concerns About Books."
  • December 31, 2002. Bloomberg Newswires. Jack Duffy. "FASB Boosts Options Disclosure, May Overhaul Rules."


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