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Corporate Reports & SEC Filings at MIT: 10-K filings

Annual reports, Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) filings (including 10Ks), and other sources of financial and textual information on public companies.

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10-K filings

Form 10-K filings are submitted annually by American and Canadian companies trading on U.S. stock exchanges (other foreign companies file a Form 20-F). These reports contain descriptions of the business and its financial situation, major properties, competition, distribution, legal proceedings, and sometimes voluminous supplemental financial statements and legal documents. Balance sheets, income statements, management discussions, and financial footnotes may be at the end of the report or in a separate 10-K/A (amendment).  Late filings are numbered 10-K 405.

1975-1991 (incomplete) US Disclosure Microfiche fiche Microforms Room at Dewey
1991-1998 US SEC-File fiche Microforms Room at Dewey
1991-1996 US & non-US LaserD CD-ROM Computer Workstation at Dewey
1995-1999 US & non-US Disclosure Select Top Companies CD-ROM Computer Workstation at Dewey
1980s-present US & non-US Thomson One online Go to Thomson One (IE required)
1987-present US & non-US LexisNexis online Go to LexisNexis
1990s-present US & non-US EDGAR via SEC online Go to EDGAR


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