Clink on the links below to access sources from the Finance Information Research Guide:
Use ProQuest to find older annual reports:
Since a company's annual report provides so much financial information, it is one of the primary sources you should look at in analyzing a company.
FIS Mergent provides annual reports for over 10,000 public U.S. based companies.
Usually, you can find a company's annual report on its web site. Look for a link for investors or investor relations. Sometimes, it can be found under the About us link.
Below are some web sites you can also research:
Edgar SEC Full Text Search
If you use the Advanced Search Page feature, you can enter the company name, the type of filing you want such as the 10-K, the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC), and the Central Index Key (CIK). The full text goes back four years.
You can also try the a search at http://www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml