EDGAR Sample Clauses

EDGAR. For purposes of this Section 6, all references to the Registration Statement, any Pre-Pricing Prospectus, Issuer Free Writing Prospectus or the Prospectus, or any amendment or supplement to any of the foregoing, shall be deemed to include, without limitation, any electronically transmitted copies thereof filed with the Commission pursuant to EDGAR.
EDGAR. The Buyer agrees to use its reasonable efforts to provide to ----- the Company upon request therefor electronic copies of this Agreement and all exhibits hereto, including any subsequent amendments or modifications thereof to the extent such documents are under the control of the Buyer. * * * * * *
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EDGAR. Each of the Issuers is subject to the reporting requirements of either Section 13 or Section 15(d) of the Exchange Act and files reports with the Commission on the Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval (“EDGAR”) system;
EDGAR. The Securities Exchange Commission’s EDGAR database (Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval) compiles information about public companies required by the Federal Government. For years this information was disseminated Internet 2000 The path to the total network through third party vendors at a fairly substantial cost, even though it cost the government $100 million since 1983 to develop the database.With the data now available on the Internet, competitive pressure is put upon:⚫ Publishers such as Disclosure, Inc.⚫ Distributors such as Mead Data Central and Dialog Information ServicesConsultants and financial advisers.The EDGAR project has moved through several complex bureaucratic and techni- cal stages in the last five years. Among the powerful forces interacting are:⚫ Technology. In order to reduce costs and comply with US guidelines on paper reduction, receiving required financial filings in electronic form makes sense. The same technology that allows a company to transmit at deadline without the burdensome costs of producing printed documents is a welcome relief to the complying company and at the Securities Exchange Commission.⚫ Public access to information. The Securities Exchange Commission, as part of its charter, provides public access to the information that it receives. Prior to the electronic revolution, individuals would visit the Commission, request a document, and wait until it was retrieved from stock and handed over. Fees have been attached to this document delivery service for years, and they have crept up in response to budgetary pressures.⚫ Cost recovery. Staff and administrators at the Commission were aware that many of the individuals requesting documents both on paper and later on magnetic tapes, represented publishing companies. Providing access to these data and having the ability to generate some cost recovery funds, led to what looks to private enterprise like government competition.The EDGAR project is one that has a high profile. The distribution of government information via the Internet and a number of other electronic media will continue to rise. Furthermore, the Internet provides a means to provide access to large amounts of information that already reside on government systems and provides a means for an Internet user to tap these resources at low or no cost.In the US, government electronic information policy is driven by forces that ultimately must collide. US government entities must distribute information in...
EDGAR. The Purchasers agree to use their reasonable efforts to provide to the Company upon request therefor electronic copies of this Agreement and all exhibits hereto, including any subsequent amendments or modifications thereof to the extent such documents are under the control of the Purchaser.