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10-K Filings Guide: Basics
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10-K Filings Guide: Basics

Beat Basics: MORE on 10-K Filings An introduction Basics Tips and Tricks Traps and mistakes Glossary of key terms Resources Video with Theo Francis ANATOMY OF A 10-K Part I If you’re just getting to know a company, start at the beginning: Item I: Business. Here, the company describes what it does (often with a […]

CNNMoney on JOBS act
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10-K Filings Guide: Traps and Mistakes

Beat Basics: MORE on 10-K Filings An introduction Basics Tips and Tricks Traps and mistakes Glossary of key terms Resources Video with Theo Francis Find what’s missing In general, 10-K filings are much more consistent across companies and even industries than the more free-form 10-Q. There can be some quirks, however. For example, many companies […]

10-K Filings Guide: Tips and Tricks
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10-K Filings Guide: Tips and Tricks

Beat Basics: MORE on 10-K Filings An introduction Basics Tips and Tricks Traps and mistakes Glossary of key terms Resources Video with Theo Francis Tips and Tricks One big use for the 10-K is context: If you want to put a number in context, you can compare it to the previous year’s net income or […]

Blue checks on checklist
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10-K Filings Guide: Resources

Quite a few experts and organizations have written up quick (and not so quick) guides to using a 10-K. Each has slightly different emphasis — check out a few and see what works for you. Some of the best I’ve found: Beat Basics: MORE on 10-K Filings An introduction Basics Tips and Tricks Traps and […]

My Baby and AOL's Bottom Line
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AOL’s 401(k) brouhaha highlights retirement plan trends

AOL’s chief created quite the brouhaha last week by not only making a big (and not worker-friendly) change to the company’s 401(k) program, but blaming the shift on high health-care costs generated by babies who needed intensive medical care. No, this blog post isn’t about managing a major public relations crisis, though the topic does […]

Day 3: Reynolds Week 2014 - Strictly Financials resources
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Day 3: Reynolds Week 2014 – Strictly Financials resources

Below are session recordings, PowerPoint presentations and handouts from Day 3 of Reynolds Business Journalism Week 2014, which consists of concurrent four-day seminars: one for business journalists called Strictly Financials, and one for professors on how to teach business journalism. Gary Trennepohl, professor of finance at Oklahoma State University, led Day 3’s Strictly Financials sessions […]

Day 3: Reynolds Week 2014 - Business Journalism Professors resources
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Day 3: Reynolds Week 2014 – Business Journalism Professors resources

Below are session recordings, PowerPoint presentations and handouts from Day 3 of Reynolds Business Journalism Week 2014, which consists of concurrent four-day seminars: one for business journalists called Strictly Financials, and one for professors on how to teach business journalism.

The business journalism professors continued their exploration of financial statements with Jimmy Gentry, professor and former dean at the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Kansas.

Los Angeles Times housing market story
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Thinking about taking a crack at new back-to-basics mortgage rules?

Spring real estate season is going to be here in the blink of an eye, and if you haven’t done so yet, you might also kick off residential real estate coverage for 2014 with a personal finance primer about the new Ability to Pay /Qualified Mortgage rules that will affect borrowers and lenders.  The new […]

Definitely not baby food @Gachatz
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Quicktips: Cute CEOs, not-so-cute kids, tragic movie texting

Snippets of news translated into audio memos on my smartphone or notes scrawled on the margins of my planner represent a number of timely story nuggets that many not merit their own long post but are too good for the recycle bin.  Here are a handful of eye-catching headlines and related resources you might consider […]