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Annual Reports

The following is a list of resources available for finding annual reports.

Annual Report Resources

Finding annual reports in library databases 
 
Public companies are required by law or listing rules to publish annual reports. An annual report contains financial highlights, discussions of the previous year’s activities, projections, future plans, directors’ report, auditors’ report, financial statements and other corporation details. The content provides information which helps stakeholders and the public to understand a company's performance, organizational culture, business history, financial condition, risk areas, and long-term viability.

The stakeholders who read a company’s annual reports include its shareholders, customers, vendors, employees, financial institutions, potential investors, relevant regulatory bodies, researchers, students and the general public.

 
An annual report typically contains five key sections:

1.   Corporate Profile

2.   Management Commentary

3.   Corporate Governance

4.   Statutory Reports

5.   Financial Statements
 
Includes older reports dating back to the 1990's.
 
 
Extensive information on U.S. and international public companies, including financials, stock, properties, S.E.C. filings, and more.