Standard & Poor's, a unit of McGraw-Hill Inc., launched a service in August to make the Securities and Exchange Commission's database of public company filings, known as Edgar, available via a real-time digital feed. Edgar is also available for free on the Internet.
Edgar includes 10K, 10Q and 8Q documents filed by public companies with the SEC, which -- beginning in 1991 -- requested that the companies submit documents in electronic format. The Internet-delivered Edgar has several drawbacks
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