The Annual Report to Shareholders is the principal document used by most public companies to disclose corporate information to shareholders. It is usually a state-of-the-company report including an opening letter from the Chief Executive Officer, financial data, results of continuing operations, market segment information, new product plans, subsidiary activities and research and development activities on future programs.
10-K reports - This is the annual report that most reporting companies file with the Securities & Exchange Commission. It provides a comprehensive overview of the registrant's business. The report must be filed within 90 days after the end of the company's fiscal year.
SEC Edgar Database - full text reports (10-K, 10-Q, and more) from US public companies via Securities & Exchange Commission (1993-present)
Annual Reports - lists annual reports published on the internet.