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Yeah, the Forbes article and the aggressive vendor financing. Well, no more recognizing those revenues now(SAB #101).

And all the new option plans that are surfacing(MSFT-$1.9B new 2 weeks ago)due to stocks collapsing, well
those will now be expensed(FASB #44).

The earnings at CSCO are WAY overstated. Nothing new but now the regualtors are getting involved(SEC, FASB)and it all starts in Q3 of 2000.
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