Levitt, Arthur, Take on the Street, Pantheon Books, NY 2002.
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[m1]Mike just the sharing of info is not sufficient… it is necessary that the information is a good measurement to support the many forms of decision making necessary for the different stakeholders of business.
[m2]Is this a warranted comment… and valuation is not the only purpose of business measurement. For example taxation, pension liability estimate, production capability, etc.
[m3]Mike please lets not bebombastic… we create enemies and sound like the new york post.
[m4]Mike this does nto make sense can u explain better?
[m5]We need a source – ref here)
[m6]Silvia can u go to the statement and see if there is an explanatory foot note?
[m7]Mike I would like to simplify the tone a bit ..we do not need its contentiousness, we’ll have enough of it just with our content
[m8]I think this is too big for a footnote .. body of the paper???
[m9]Are u forgetting the funds flow?
[m10]I do not think that the option disclosures allow investors or user to replicate adequately what the compensation is
[m11]First, the markets are not dominated..most financial professionals are kind of clueless.. second do you have any evidence that this is eally the case that they go to other WHAT???- information.. I think we need to support this if this is true… I do believe that this is true at say goldman and morgan Stanley that they ar eusing other information but DOMINATED is an awfully strong work
[m12]Again I think this is too strong…