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This could be the breakthrough year for XBRL, the programming language that will make sifting through business data a snap ...Read the full article

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  1. Omnibot 2000 from Toronto, Canada writes: Dream on, dude. More businesses are running COBOL than XBRL.
  2. m. r. from Canada writes: however, if the underlying (pardon the pun) numbers are false......
  3. Gordon Murray from Canada writes: Looks like American presence more in
    http://xbrl.us/usgaapreview/Pages/default.aspx
    more than via "Eh! I CPA!" there:
    http://www.aicpa.org/PUBS/JOFA/feb2008/six_steps.htm

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