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annual report

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(Accounting & Book-keeping) a report presented by the directors of a company to its shareholders each year, containing the profit-and-loss account, the balance sheet, and details of the past year's activity
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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.
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The Archive has catalogued the Annual Reports by topic.
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West Central plans on using the meeting surveys and other valuable feedback in planning future annual reports.
The ARC Awards honor overall excellence in annual reports.
Incorporates the 1999 law change that explicitly provides for the confidentiality of APAs and related information as return information and references the non-identifying disclosures in the APA Program's published annual reports.
Since the collapse of Enron Corporation in November 2001, annual reports and corporate financial disclosures have been the focus of government, corporate, and public attention.

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