NORWALK, Conn. -- An non-governmental advisory board on accounting held public discussions at its headquarters here last week on proposed changes to esoteric rules that could have a profound impact on how business is done in the retail food industry. The Financial Accounting Standards Board, a non-governmental body that advises the Securities and Exchange Commission on accounting standards, is considering whether to change the way manufacturers must report promotional expenses. At issue is ...

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