The U.S. Form 10-K: A Treasure Trove for Benchmarking Research

 

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Organizations seeking more information about industry competitors or how other organizations gauge their performance can examine Form 10-K reports for any publicly traded company in the United States. John A. Miller of Arkonas explains what a Form 10-K contains and how organizations can leverage the information it covers to improve their own performance and refine measurement frameworks.

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Good article. In the same

Good article. In the same fashion, foreign companies listed in US stock market must fill out the Form-20F, which brings as much information. A sample can be found here: http://www.sec.gov/about/forms/form20-f.pdf

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