Still drowning in Qs…

August 10, 2009

So today is finally the deadline for June 30 10-Qs and we couldn’t be happier. After all, there’s only so much coffee that a body can take. Late Friday, all of the big banks lined up to see who could get their filing in closest to the 5:30 deadline. The winner? Morgan Stanley (MS), which filed at 5:20 pm. Close behind were Citigroup (C), Wells Fargo (WFC) and Bank of New York (BK). We’ll be posting about some of the more interesting things we found in these banking Qs as well as other things we’ve found on our portal at Research Edge. To get access to those posts, send an email here.

In addition to keeping up with the hundreds of Qs we expect to come in today — this morning, we’ve already seen Amgen (AMGN), Priceline (PCLN) and State Street (STT) file, though technically speaking, both Amgen and State Street filed late Friday, but couldn’t get their Qs in before the SEC stopped accepting them at 5:30. And speaking of racing the clock, we’ll also be keeping an eye out for late filers later today — those companies that aren’t able to get their Qs in on time.

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