Corning Files Restated 2005 Results

Glass maker Corning Inc. on Tuesday filed restated financial results, correcting accounting mistakes related to a 2003 asbestos settlement.

Corning said the Securities and Exchange Commission received restated reports for the first three quarters and full-year of 2005, and that the "adjustments to the financial statements are non-cash in nature and had no impact on 2005 reported earnings per share."Read the entire news on the source link below.Glass maker Corning Inc. on Tuesday filed restated financial results, correcting accounting mistakes related to a 2003 asbestos settlement.

Corning said the Securities and Exchange Commission received restated reports for the first three quarters and full-year of 2005, and that the "adjustments to the financial statements are non-cash in nature and had no impact on 2005 reported earnings per share."

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