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The danger of inconsistency

20 July 2005 By Edward Hadas

That’s the question corporate treasurers are asking. They want to get excess cash back to shareholders in the most efficient way. Buybacks are more popular, but largely because of an accounting anomaly that means they exaggerate EPS growth. That should be changed.

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