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Accountants change the rules for US M&A

The US Accountancy Board, the FASB, has brought an end to the pooling of interests for the accounting treatment of mergers and acquisitions in the US. David Bernstein of Rogers & Wells, New York reviews the effect of the decision and questions the wisdom of amortizing goodwill on M&A deals

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