10-Q

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10-Q

Quarterly report required by the SEC each quarter. Provides a comprehensive overview of a company's state of business.

10-Q

A form the SEC requires publicly-traded companies and some private companies to file every quarter. It includes statements on equity and unaudited financial statements. While similar to a shareholder report, a 10-Q form often contains more information, such as executive compensation and organizational structure. All publicly-traded companies and any privately traded companies with more than 500 shareholders and $10 million in assets are required to file a 10-Q. Companies only file three 10-Q forms each year, as the final quarter's numbers are included in the 10-K. See also: Transparency.

10-Q

A quarterly unaudited financial report filed by firms that have securities listed with the SEC. The 10-Q is a less detailed, more frequently filed version of the 10-K. Also called Form 10-Q.
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Actual results may vary and SJI encourages you to conduct your own research before making any investment decisions including a review of SJI's 2001 SEC Form 10K and Annual Report, and subsequently filed SEC Forms 10Q for a complete discussion of risks and/or uncertainties that may cause actual results to vary.
Actual results could differ materially from these statements as a result of many factors, including matters discussed in the Company's forms S-1 and S-4 registrations statements and in the Company's Forms 10Q and 10K, which are on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
These risks and uncertainties include product introductions by the Company's competitors, competitive pricing pressures, fluctuations in manufacturing yield, changes in the mix or markets in which products are sold, availability and cost of raw materials and other risks discussed in the Company's 1998 Form 10-K and Forms 10Q, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.