Directory of Companies Required to File Annual Reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission Under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, Alphabetically and by Industry Groups

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ii. lappuse - In general each company was classified on the basis of its major activity as determined by the product or group of products produced or handled, or services rendered. The major line of activity as reflected by the gross revenues of the company was the principal criterion used in classifying the company. The...
ii. lappuse - Definition of Reporting Unit The organization or unit classified consists of the Company and all subsidiaries included in the consolidated financial statements submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission. Basis of Company Classification In general each company was classified on the basis of its major activity as determined by the product or group of products produced or handled, or cervices rendered.
i. lappuse - The 1990 census classification was developed from the 1987 SIC published by the Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President. The SIC was designed primarily to classify establishments by the type of industrial activity in which they were engaged. However, census data, which were collected from households, differ in detail and nature from those obtained from establishment surveys. Therefore, the census classification systems...
i. lappuse - The Directory includes companies with securities listed on national securities exchanges, companies with securities traded over the counter which are registered under Section 12(g) of the Securities Exchange Act, and certain companies...
i. lappuse - Companies filing annual reports under a particular provision can be identified by the prefix part of the Docket number: 12 (g) companies by 0-; 15 (d) companies by 2-; and companies listed on securities exchanges by 1-. Industry Groupings The industry groups were based upon the Enterprise Standard Industrial Classification (1968) developed by the Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President. The structure of the Enterprise Classification follows closely that of the Standard...
i. lappuse - The following groups are excluded: 1. Investment companies registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940. 2. Governments and political subdivisions thereof. 3. Registrants incorporated in a foreign country other than a North American country or Cuba. 4. Issuers of voting trust certificates, and stockholders' and bondholders
340. lappuse - DUKE POWER CO DUQUESNE LIGHT CO EASTERN UTILITIES ASSOCIATES EDISON SAULT ELECTRIC CO EL PASO ELECTRIC CO EMPIRE DISTRICT ELECTRIC CO FALL RIVER ELECTRIC LIGHT...
ii. lappuse - In canes where such companies have no single line of activity or product which is dominant, the classification must necessarily be somewhat subjective. "Parent and Subsidiary Registrants "To the degree that information is known, subsidiary registrants (other than railroads) included in the consolidated reports of the parent registrant are noted in a separate tabulation.
ii. lappuse - ... groupings were established. A list detailing the industry groups, comparable Standard Industrial Classification code numbers and the number of companies within each group is presented on Pages IV through IX. Users desiring a broader classification of industry groups may refer to the two-digit industry classification titles in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual. Definition of Reporting Unit The organization or unit classified...

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