August 14, 2022

Gun to Head, Dell Implements an ‘Accounting Code of Conduct’

interrogation.jpgWhatever the hell that is. What we’re sure of is that Dell would have never implemented such a code had they not been investigated by the SEC, starting in 2006.

Along with the code to help force the accounting policies grab-ass hands to themselves, Dell also now has a “global team of accountants to focus on revenue recognition issues”.

Again, not too familiar with this, but at most companies, this is typically known as the “accounting department.”

Dell settlement has tougher accounting oversight [AP]

interrogation.jpgWhatever the hell that is. What we’re sure of is that Dell would have never implemented such a code had they not been investigated by the SEC, starting in 2006.

Along with the code to help force the accounting policies grab-ass hands to themselves, Dell also now has a “global team of accountants to focus on revenue recognition issues”.

Again, not too familiar with this, but at most companies, this is typically known as the “accounting department.”

Dell settlement has tougher accounting oversight [AP]

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