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Managing earnings involves the manipulation of financial reporting by publicly traded companies in order to misrepresent how well they’re really doing. Companies might insert a low-ball estimate of bad debt or delay the announcement of a capital project—anything that can help a struggling public company report an extra cent or two of earnings per share in its quarterly or annual statement and avoid negative buzz and a stock sell-off.
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