Related to filings:
Captial IQ is a subsidiary of Standard & Poors. Its database of the same name contains company and industry news, including announcements of recent mergers, buybacks, and acquisitions that did not materialize. It also has annual reports and filings for several years and one can screen by type of filing.
Captial IQ is available in the Margolis Market Information Lab at BIF and through the Wharton Research Data System (WRDS).
These reports are available through ABI/Inform. Once in ABI/Inform, click on 'Business Databases' in the upper left-hand corner. Scroll down and under 'databases' make sure only the box next to 'ProQuest Historical Annual Reports' is checked.
Proquest Historical Annual Reports over 800 companies' annual reports in PDF format, many of them back to the 1900's.
Includes reports about stock performance, historical trend data and projections for over 1700 companies, as well as evaluation and analysis of industries. For your convenience, the printed reports are divided into 13 folders. There is an index folder to aid in locating the reports.
Each report is one page in length and includes: estimates for 3-5 years, quarterly sales, EPS, and dividends; projected price, appreciation, dividend yield expected, insider decisions to buy or sell, and Value Line ratings for timeliness, safety, and beta. Beta is based on the NYSE Composite Index over a period of five years, and they are adjusted for their long-term tendency to converge toward 1.00.
Reports are available online back to 1997. Click on Historical Archives under quick links on the right side of the screen to search for the historical report PDFs. The History, Philosophy and Newspaper Library and Oak Street Facility also have microform of historical reports.
To start a quick search for company information, use the search box on the top right corner.
Users can search by Company name or keyword in the top search bar.
Under advanced search options, found by clicking on the magnifying glass icon on the left hand side, you can search by term, geography, keyword, revenue, ownership, and more.