Answered By: Peter Z McKay Last Updated: Oct 29, 2014 Views: 2358
U.S. Public Companies usually succinctly state their Business Strategy in "Item 1. Business" of their Form 10-K, which is the annual report filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 10-Ks are included in EDGAR, Factiva, Thomson Research, Hoover's Online, OneSource, Yahoo! Finance and many other Web sites. For IPOs look for the Registartion Statements, S-1s, and their amendments in 424s. The Business overview in the 10-K provides a detailed discussion of the company's strategy, products and services, operations, marketing, distribution, international business, suppliers and government regulation as well as competitive conditions in the industry.
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