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XBRL tagging advice from an alpaca?

One of the biggest frustrations – and errors – is around the labeling and tagging of negative values. To that, our XBRL team is always looking for the best insight and advice for clients. 280 more words


Merrill Bridge Changes the Market for SEC Disclosure Management Programs

An interview with Patrick Sheridan, Product Manager for Merrill Bridge.

Pat Sheridan leads the development of Merrill Bridge, Merrill Corporation’s software-as-a-solution (SaaS) product for managing SEC disclosures. 1,650 more words


WebFilings wins Technology Company of the Year and Software Company of the Year at 2014 Prometheus Awards

From BusinessRecord:

Ames-based GlobalVetLINK LC and WebFilings, Cedar Falls-based entrepreneur Wade Arnold and Des Moines-based executive Tim Peterson were among the big winners at last night’s Technology Association of Iowa Prometheus Awards. 84 more words


DATA Act, Reconciliation and Veto?

The two chambers of Congress have each passed a version of the DATA Act, S. 994 and HR. 2061. In the normal legislative process, these must be reconciled, the reconciled bill approved, and that bill passed to the President for signature. 257 more words


The Senate takes a dedicated step towards transparency (coughcoughXBRLcough)

Yesterday afternoon, the Senate passed S.994, the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA) of 2014. This is a bill to expand the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006, increasing the accountability and transparency in Federal spending. 456 more words


RIP, the server. It's time to breathe the air of cloud connection


Sometimes, it’s hard to tell when a novelty becomes a trend or a trend becomes the new normal. This is not one of those times. 297 more words


Crunching the numbers on Open XBRL Accounts Data

It’s been 4 months since we started importing UK company accounts data as XBRL (a worldwide standard format that allows company accounts to be easily readable by computers), thanks to the groundbreaking work by UK Companies House, who followed on from previous open data releases and published them as open data. 759 more words