|A proxy statement is a document that a public company sends to its shareholders prior to a shareholder meeting containing material information regarding matters on which the shareholders are expected to vote. It is also filed with the SEC on Schedule 14A.
The annual proxy statement provides a basic shares outstanding count that may be more recent than that contained in the latest 10-K or 10-Q. The annual proxy statement also typically contains a suggested peer group for benchmarking purposes.
An extensive disclosure form for important shareholder votes.
A financial statement that shows the results for the whole year, including the periods covered by ...
The 8-K, or current report, is filed by a public registrant to report the occurrence of ...
The 10-Q is a quarterly report filed with the SEC by a public registrant that provides ...
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