There was a time when you could read an annual report in a few hours.  Those documents were brief, informative affairs that gave you a sense of the company and the people who ran it.

That is long gone. Now you can spend days plodding through an annual report and emerge feeling you know less about the business and those who run it than you did at the beginning...

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