The purpose of this book is to provide a comprehensive overview of corporate reporting on the Internet, including the websites of the reporting companies, regulators, intermediaries, and social media. It should be of particular interest to advanced students of accounting, finance, and corporate administration. In addition, the book will be of interest to people responsible for some or all of the corporate reporting function who work in public companies and any others interested in how and why companies use the Internet to report their affairs, and indeed their impact on society, to the public. It is not restricted to purely financial matters. For example, there is a strong emphasis on how companies report on their impact on the environment, ...

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