Shareholders' letter

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Shareholders' letter

A section of an annual report where one can find general overall discussion by management of successful and failed strategies. Provides guidance for looking at specific parts of the report.

Shareholders' Letter

A section of an annual report providing general information to shareholders. Every publicly-traded company is required to distribute an annual report to shareholders each year. The shareholders' letter contains information on the company's financial state, such as operational income and net profit. Sometimes it also contains an accountant's opinion on the general health of the company. Generally, the shareholders' letter states the "bottom line," and shareholders may read the rest of the annual report to learn more detailed financial information. For example, the shareholders' letter may contain a brief essay stating, "Our company is healthy for reasons A, B, and C."
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Stockholder letters are expensive so we prefer to send out information to our stockholders with email blasts.
4) Based upon our conversations with members of the Board and the stockholder letters and stockholder lawsuit that have now been publicly disclosed, it seems clear that the Board will likely lose a proxy fight at the next annual meeting.
This action is pursuant to the Plan of Complete Liquidation and Dissolution approved by its stockholders on September 30, 2010 and is consistent with Allied's SEC filings and periodic stockholder letters.