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House Panel Approves Bill Exempting Small Companies from XBRL Requirement

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The House Financial Services Committee has overwhelmingly approved bipartisan legislation that would remove a requirement for smaller public companies with less than $250 million in annual revenue from filing their financial statements in Extensible Business Reporting Language, or XBRL, format for five years.

Robert Hurt

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