Many U.S. firms are cash rich abroad but cash poor at home, and the SEC worries they...
Tuesday, December 4, 2012, 11:42 AM ETMany U.S. firms are cash rich abroad but cash poor at home, and the SEC worries they aren’t presenting investors with an honest appraisal of their liquidity. “That doesn’t mean they could suddenly run out of money to pay their bills," WSJ's Kate Linebaugh writes. "But it does mean there could be unseen limits on their ability to pay dividends and buy back shares."
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