R.R. Donnelley & Sons and Edgar Online have launched TryXBRL.com, a Web site that allows users to view and analyze financial statements tagged in Extensible Business Reporting Language from over 12,000 publicly traded companies.

The Securities and Exchange Commission has been pushing companies to begin filing their financial statements in XBRL, which makes the statements easier to analyze and compare. The SEC is expected to mandate XBRL as the filing standard for public companies in the near future.

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