IASB to continue focus on "other comprehensive income"

International Accounting Standards Board Chairman Hans Hoogervorst says the standard-setting body plans to continue its focus on improving rules and financial-statement presentation guidance for "other comprehensive income." He pointed to companies passing employee benefit expenses via other comprehensive income, instead of earnings, and then "were brought to their knees by employee benefits that had been building up over the years," as one example.

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