Project Question (Need Help Fast!)

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I am interviewing at a company, and the team has asked me to put together a presentation using powerpoint (this is for a support role on a larger team). The presentation is on a CEO of a company who has just been acquired by another company. (This is a real person and real companines) I am to make a presentation to the CEO and in it, run down through the deal specifics. In the instructions, all it says is to look through various SEC filings to get the needed info. (S-3, etc...)
My big problem is I am not real familiar with SEC filings. Can anyone point me in the right direction with regards to what filings with the SEC I should be looking up besides the S-3 filing? (This deal was part stock and part cash)
Thanks for any help...

newkid's picture
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this might help,you are a MORON

Boomer's picture
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Why do you say that?
You probably could not even step foot inside this company.

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Boomer wrote:
Why do you say that?
You probably could not even step foot inside this company.

That's exactly right Boomer--don't let the idiots influence you at all.

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Have you checked out http://www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml? All the SEC filings + a tutorial is available. It is also wise to thoroughly check out the individual company websites and financial analysts reports on the companies involved. Hope this is some help. BTW, I am not a IR (expecting a possible offer this week from SB), but I have had to company research for my MBA program.  

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Thanks FA Prospect...will check it out

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Don't these newbie's know not to ask for real advice on here....unbelievable someone would actually take the time from his day to ask such a time specific question. Who knows how long it would take for a good response considering the posters here are all comics and cynics.

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