The Perkins Institution and Massachusetts Asylum for the Blind, at Boston, is superintended by a body of trustees who make an annual report
to the corporation.
This unification, the Annual Report
Journey, can assure cohesive messaging and financial branding while simplifying the transition from traditional print distribution into highly engaging online versions.
The Annual Report
Contest of the CIS companies is conducted by the "Expert RA" rating agency.
The report also won bronze for the Most Improved Annual Report
from the Asia-Pacific region.
In the view of some Basel watchers, the central bankers' bank is now "so much hedging its position on the major politically sensitive economic issues that nobody, reading this year's annual report
, will find out where the BIS really stands.
It must be an annual report
that, like West Central, rejects the "standard" idea of basic letter-and-financials, cut-and-paste corporate content of traditional publications.
Criteria used to choose winners include cover and inside design, writing, financial presentation and how well the spirit of the company is reflected in the annual report
The average annual report
print run is 92,000 copies, according to a 2002 member survey by the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI).
These days, CEOs are lucky if the annual report
makes it through the front door instead of going straight to "circular filing.
The documents are (1) the "Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization" statistical release, (2) the "Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee," (3) the "Testimony of Federal Reserve Officials," (4) the quarterly report "Treasury and Federal Reserve Foreign Exchange Operations," and (5) the annual report
"Domestic Open Market Operations.
Smoot (July 14, 1909), Juvenile Protective Association Papers, folder 16, 2, Special Collections Department, University of Illinois at Chicago; police probation officers in 1928 listed in Chicago Police Department, Annual Report
Turn to page xx of a publicly traded company's annual report