SEC Administrative Proceedings
|Source||Securities and Exchange Commission|
|File Size||17.2 MB|
|Dates Covered||1989-September 2008|
Record layouts and samples of this database
|Main documentation (README08.txt)||3.2 KB|
|Sample Data (sec.xls)||23.0 KB|
|Schema (SEC.pdf)||128.9 KB|
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