CFO.com has consolidated its XBRL coverage in a special report
The SEC has poured $54 million into a new interactive reporting tool to
replace the retiring Edgar. Now the Big Four say it is time to scrap
quarterly reports in favor of real-time (read: daily) financial
reporting. If the phrase "XBRL" put you to sleep in the past, it's time
to wake up. And as momentum for improving the format of data reporting
builds, the push for enriched information content is moving along, too.
Indeed, the big audit firms are calling on corporations to report scads
of non-financial data to buttress the financials.
See also my previous XBRL post.