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What does Goodyear reveal in its 10-K report?

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After a tough but optimistic 2010, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. has posted back-to-back posititve quarters this year. The company even recorded record quarterly sales in the second quarter.

Following its 2010 financial results, the Goodyear press release revealed much more information than just income and sales. However, if you want to know even more about a publicly traded company's fiscal year, you should check out its 10-K report (or the 10-Q for each quarter).

That's what Modern Tire Dealer Editor Bob Ulrich did following Goodyear's 2010 results. There were a lot of interesting tidbits in the lengthy report, and he lists some examples.

To find out some details you may not know about Goodyear, click on Ulrich's latest blog, "Goodyear reveals a lot (more) in its recent 10-K."

And let us know what you think by leaving a comment! Being one of the largest tire manufacturers in the world, and a public company to boot, certainly makes Goodyear a potential lightening rod for public opinions.

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