To share more with investors or less, that is the question on the minds of big-names in business. 

None bigger than President Trump. Quarterly corporate earnings reporting is back in focus following a Trump tweet Friday that he has asked the SEC to explore changes. 

"In speaking with some of the world's top business leaders I asked what it is that would make business (jobs) even better in the U.S. "Stop quarterly reporting & go to a six month system," said one. That would allow greater flexibility & save money. I have asked the SEC to study!," Trump tweeted. 

Trump joins a growing chorus of business leaders including JPMorgan Chase (JPM - Get Report) CEO Jamie Dimon and Berkshire Hathaway's (BRK.A - Get Report) (BRK.B - Get Report) Warren Buffett to come out against quarterly reporting. 

TheStreet's @BrianSozzi says Corporate America should have a Super Bowl for corporate earnings. That is where companies report once a year spanning three days based on their market caps. TheStreet's @JacobSonenshine thinks companies should report twice a quarter, and that doing so won't create more undue market volatility. 

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