A more effective annual report

Doyle, Christopher
June 2002
Indiana Business Magazine;Jun2002, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p80
Presents several guidelines in making an effective annual report. Importance of knowing the nature of investors; Significance of writing short sentences to convey the main point; Requirements of business reports.


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