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Question: Where can I find current and historical annual reports?
Answer:

Current and Recent Annual Reports can be found on a company's Web site. OR:

Mergent Online
Financial data and customizable reports on 10,000 U.S. public companies; SEC filings, including full color annual reports. Also data on 20,000 non-U.S. companies.

Securities Mosaic
Comprehensive disclosure and regulatory information for securities. Data covers six areas: disclosure, laws, rules, guidance, news, and compliance centers.

Thomson One
Provides full-text SEC filings, scanned images of U.S. and international company annual reports submitted to U.S. and foreign exchanges. This resource is only available using Internet Explorer.

Older Reports:

Browse through scanned images of a selection of annual reports using Historical Corporate Reports, a Lippincott Library project.

Columbia Historical Corporate Reports Online Collection offers digitized annual reports for about 50 New York City-based companies. Selected corporations in the digital collection include department stores, utility companies, banks, and railroads ranging from the 1850s through the early 1960s.

Browse and search for historical annual reports held by other universities using the Annual Reports at Academic Business Libraries database available from the Purdue University Libraries.

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