Financial Data Disappearing From Corporate Websites

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on December 24, 2002

In this article, Companies Are Divided on Providing Online Data, the New York Times examines the growing trend among corporate websites to limit the amount of financial data they make available to investors, who often make corporate sites their first stop when conducting research. While some companies choose to continue to provide a deep archive of financial reports that stretches back to the 1980s (such as Home Depot), many others are limiting the reports they provide to only one or two years, contending there are numerous free and fee-based sources available to obtain such data.

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