Form 10-Q

The Form 10-Q is a quarterly report that the Securities and Exchange Commission requires all publicly-held entities to file with it. The report contains reviewed comparative financial statements for the quarter and year-to-date, management's discussion and analysis of results, and various other required disclosures for material events that occurred during the quarter. The information in this report is used by the investment community.

The Form 10-Q is not filed for the fourth quarter of a company's fiscal year, since the annual Form 10-K is filed instead.

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