Purpose – Looks at the decision by some public companies to go dark and avoid regulatory requirements. Findings – To go dark, companies must meet only minimal guidelines. It may be a tempting option in light of Sarbanes Oxley and other regulations and it can save a company the time and money for reporting. But going dark may be a very risky strategy. Practical implications – Provides executives with information on important factors to consider when considering going dark. Original/value – Of particular value to CEOs and other board members
Journal of Business Strategy – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jan 1, 2006
Keywords: Corporate governance; Stock markets; Financial reporting
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