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When the trial judge made them redeliberate, the jury returned a verdict of not guilty for both defendants.
Hedging--Both boards issued proposals; however, FASB isn't planning to redeliberate until next year.
The Journal addressed this issue in detail in "The FASB and the IASC Redeliberate EPS" (Feb.
PHILADELPHIA -- The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and its international counterpart, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) continue to redeliberate some of the more complex and controversial aspects of the lease accounting exposure draft.
The boards have a lot on their plates as they redeliberate comments from various 2010 EDs on key projects.
For details on the FASB and IASC proposals, see "The FASB and the IASC Redeliberate EPS," J of A, Feb.
After discussion of those issues the Board will redeliberate the related issue of whether to retain the pooling-of-interests method.
The exposure period ends June 30th, and that gives us time to carefully redeliberate.
In deciding to redeliberate EPS with the IASC, the FASB has moved toward a more aggressive international posture.
The Board has yet to redeliberate the related issue of whether to retain the pooling-of-interests method of accounting for business combinations.
Further, we have received a great deal of very good input on our proposed improvements to the accounting and reporting for business combinations and are continuing to redeliberate the issues contained in the proposal based on that input.