SEC wants to require more reporting on short-term debt

09/19/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The Securities and Exchange Commission has voted to reinstate a rule that would require publicly traded companies to reveal more information about their short-term debt. The regulation, which is designed to prevent companies from concealing liquidity problems, is similar to one that the SEC repealed in 1994.

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